I wanted to purchase a pipette stand but it seems like such a frivolous purchase. I am expected to spend $20 (eBay) to $60 (venders) to hold my pipettes vertically? Really? Ugh. As much as I wanted a pretty acrylic Read More →
Designer Tuur Van Balen gives an interesting presentation where he hacks the yogurt producing bacteria, LactoBacillus, using DNA pulled from the Parts Registry.
If you're interested in hacking yogurt yourself, I'd recommend starting with Cathals "Beginners Guide to Yogurt Hacking".
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Glow in the dark yoghurt is something that has been floating around the DIYbio community for a while now, though to my knowledge no one has Read More →
Gel Electrophoresis is a very popular technique in biology. Used for the separation of DNA, RNA and even proteins based on molecular. The Gel box is a very simple tool allowing one to run a charge through the gel to Read More →
Joseph Elsbernd, of the Cheap Ass Science Blog brings us a rather simple but ingenious way to get double the area out of your shaker/rocker using nothing but a bit of pvc tubing and your choice of decking material.
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Joseph Elsbernd, a Graduate student out of UC Davis Med Center, has built a rather ingenious tool for keeping his cultures warm while on the microscope. Using some pvc, plastic sheeting, a bit of duck tape and a hair dryer Read More →