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Hong Kong Hackaday at MakerBay

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Hong Kong Hackaday at MakerBay

Time: April 15th, 18:00 - 21:00 Location: MakerBay Yau Tong  https://hackaday.io/

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Press feature: "Hong Kong’s makers join global group of Star Trek-like replicators"

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Press feature: "Hong Kong’s makers join global group of Star Trek-like replicators"

Original article on SCMP: http://www.scmp.com/tech/innovation/article/2076202/hong-kongs-makersjoin-global-group-star-trek-replicators   PUBLISHED : Sunday, 05 March, 2017, 4:45pm Hong Kong’s makers join global group of Star Trek-like replicators Hong Kong is catching up with the global community of makers -- those entrepreneurs and tinkerers united by the passion to personalize, custom-build things, and yes, with the potential for Star Trek-style replicators. On Tai Nan Street in the On Tai Nan Street in the Hong Kong is catching up with the global community of makers -- those entrepreneurs and tinkerers united by the passion to personalise, custom-build things, and yes, with the potential for Star Trek-style replicators....

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Maria and Aki of MakerBay on RTHK radio!

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Maria and Aki of MakerBay on RTHK radio!

Great privilege for MakerBay to be on the air with RTHK ! http://programme.rthk.hk/channel/radio/programme.php?p=518&e=418795&d=2017-02-16&m=episode

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Talk: Alex Cureton-Griffiths "Building an Open Source Village in China" - Feb 17 2017

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Talk: Alex Cureton-Griffiths "Building an Open Source Village in China" - Feb 17 2017

Date: Feb, 17th 2017 Time: 19:00 - 20:30 Location: MakerBay Central (PMQ) Price: Free Reservation: Not required, just walk-in The Open Source Village aims to empower citizens, reduce environmental impact, and improve standards of living in an increasingly urbanizing world. We're building our first village in Anhui Province, China, and work with villagers on the ground and makers around the world to leverage open source, green technologies, and the maker movement to make the world a better place. Bio: I’m Alex Cureton-Griffiths, and I’m a maker on the move, bouncing around the planet building projects and helping other people work...

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First testing of the DNA Barcoding Project in the DIYBIO Hong Kong community lab!

First testing of the DNA Barcoding Project in the DIYBIO Hong Kong community lab!

What is Barcode Hong Kong Project? The Hong Kong Barcode Project is a citizen science program in Hong Kong. Just like the unique pattern of bars on the products in supermarket, a DNA barcode is a DNA sequence that uniquely identifies each species of living thing. The Hong Kong Barcode Project aims to engage general public using DNA technology to explore biodiversity in Hong Kong. Projects can use DNA barcodes to examine any aspect of the environment, such as: Sampling biodiversity in a park, garden, office, or school; Checking for invasive plant or animal species; Monitoring disease vectors; Identifying exotic...

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