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Synthetic Biology Creates Living Computers - Hackaday

Posted By BioSocrates on synthetic biology

http://news.google.com - HackadaySynthetic Biology Creates Living ComputersHackadayMost people have at least a fuzzy idea of what DNA is. Ask about RNA, though, and unless you are talking to a biologist, you are likely to get even more handwaving. We hackers might have to reread our biology text books, though, since researchers have ...

Start Your Poultry Brood with This DIY Egg Incubator - Hackaday

Posted By beardman 508 days ago on biohacking

http://news.google.com - Start Your Poultry Brood with This DIY Egg IncubatorHackadayThis is a simple yet thoughtful build that should see a clutch through to hatching. We've seen a few egg incubators before, but even if you're not interested in raising fowl, the techniques here could easily apply to incubators for biohacking or yogurt ...and more »

egg incubator - Hackaday

Posted By beardman 508 days ago on biohacking

http://news.google.com - egg incubatorHackadayThis is a simple yet thoughtful build that should see a clutch through to hatching. We've seen a few egg incubators before, but even if you're not interested in raising fowl, the techniques here could easily apply to incubators for biohacking or yogurt ...

Enzymes From The Deep – The Polymerase - Hackaday

Posted By beardman 515 days ago on biohacking

http://news.google.com - HackadayEnzymes From The Deep – The PolymeraseHackadayOur bodies rely on DNA to function, it's often described as “the secret of life”. A computer program that describes how to make a man. However inaccurate these analogies might be, DNA is fundamental to life. In order for organisms to grown and ...

CyberPunk Yourself – Body Modification, Augmentation, and Grinders - Hackaday

Posted By beardman 677 days ago on biohacking

http://news.google.com - HackadayCyberPunk Yourself – Body Modification, Augmentation, and GrindersHackadayBiohacking is still relatively new, and has only gained traction in the past decade. It has taken a unique set of conditions for the grinder movement — which itself is a type of Biohacking — to begin. Body modification in general had to become more ...and more »

genetic engineering - Hackaday

Posted By BigMcLargeHuge 699 days ago on genetic engineering

http://news.google.com - genetic engineeringHackadayNow a new genetic engineering lab-in-a-box Kickstarter, with all the tools and materials needed to create your own transgenic organisms, may help the young biohacker's dreams come true. The Kickstarter has been wildly successful. The initial goal was ...and more »

Ctrl-X, Ctrl-V for DNA - Hackaday

Posted By beardman 699 days ago on biohacking

http://news.google.com - HackadayCtrl-X, Ctrl-V for DNAHackadayOnce upon a time, the aspiring nerdling's gift of choice was the Gilbert chemistry set. Its tiny vials of reagents, rack of test tubes, and instruction book promised endless intellectual stimulation and the possibility of stink bombs on demand. Now a ...and more »

Simple, Cheap Nitrate Tester is Open Source - Hackaday

Posted By beardman 739 days ago on biohacking

http://news.google.com - Simple, Cheap Nitrate Tester is Open SourceHackadayThere are a lot of other ways to put an open-source instrument like this to use in biohacking – photometery is a very common measuring modality in the life sciences, after all. We've seen similar instruments before, like a DIY spectrophotometer, or ...and more »