Advances in technology are rapidly improving the range of available biotechnological tools and applications. Interfacial opportunities, such as those combining biomedical improvements with aspects of engineering, computing and innovative biomaterials are at the forefront of these enhancements.
Category: Citizen Science
If you stop and think about it for a moment, you will realise what an astonishing feat of precision engineering your color printer is.
MIT Media Lab DIrector Joi Ito shares his kitchen biohacking experience and discusses science collaboration site Synbiota.
Archeology, Anthropology, and Interstellar Communication edited by Douglas A. Vakoch is a free eBook from NASA that all h+ Magazine readers are going to find fascinating on multiple levels.
In 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the Moon. Forty-four years later, an enterprising non-profit is building the first privately-owned spacecraft for launch into lunar orbit and using crowdfunding and social media on the internet to enable the public to participate. Named LunarSail, the goal of the project is to give students and the public the opportunity to participate in developing a spacecraft that will not only go into space, but also travel to the Moon while conducting science experiments.
Help science and exercise your mind at the same time!
Planet Four is a citizen science project designed to help planetary scientists identify and measure features on the surface of Mars