Every Monday evening from 3rd June – 1st July 2019
6 – 8.30pm
With Dr. David Miller, Hackspace Fellow + Biochemist
HARDWARE PROTOTYPING FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES — CHALLENGE ROOM, YELLOW ROOM + BIOLAB
Hack Medicine Mondays have been designed to support researchers in biological sciences. The sessions will take place every Monday for 5 weeks, starting Monday June 3rd.
During the series you will learn hardware prototyping techniques available at Hackspace by designing and building a laboratory syringe pump and other research lab equipment. You must attend the 1st session on June 3rd to reserve a spot on the 5 week programme.
The 1st day will also provide a tour, induction to the space, and overview of the course. It is important that you attend each session from the beginning as they are consecutive how-to learning modules.
Sessions will include:
— Intro to CAD
— Intro to physical computing + hardware interfacing
— Rapid prototyping through digital manufacture
— Discussion of biocompatible materials
Food + drinks served from 7pm!
(Enter from Door A, meet in Challenge Room)