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Lunch with biohacker Josiah Zayner at MakerBay

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Lunch with biohacker Josiah Zayner at MakerBay

Today, we were very lucky to have the visit and share lunch with the Biohacker Josiah Zayner. It was great to hear first person his perspective about his work, the community and how the field of biohacking is moving, in the USA, China and other places. Here is an hour and a half lunch. Below are some of the things we talked about: https://youtu.be/WKj1BhefV68 Josiah Zayner Odin Companyhttp://www.the-odin.com/about-us/ Hong Kong regulations on GMOshttps://www.afcd.gov.hk/english///conservation/con_gmo/gmo_control/gmo_control.html Zebra fish embryos to test toxics in Hong Kong Science Parkhttps://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/education-community/article/1828945/hong-kong-based-entrepreneur-discovers-new-wayhttp://www.vitargent.com/ Low cost biosimilar drugshttps://www.investors.com/news/technology/biosimilars-rival-biologics-amgen-abbvie-roche/ Genetic Immunotheratyhttp://www.personalhealthnews.ca/research-and-innovations/innovative-new-lung-cancer-treatment-extends-lifehttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5932400/ Assistant Professor He Jiankui and GMO baby in Chinahttps://www.scmp.com/news/china/science/article/2182964/china-confirms-gene-edited-babies-blames-scientist-he-jiankui Zika...

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MakerBay featured in Supply Frame "Made in China"

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MakerBay featured in Supply Frame "Made in China"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vzDvqRm42M We are very grateful to be featured in "Made in China: From one to Many" by Supply Frame, reporter Majenta Strongheart and videography. Meet the hackers, makers, and product designers of China's push for innovation. Majenta Strongheart visits MIT, HAX, Maker Bay, Seeed Studio, Dim Sum Labs, Ryte Studio, Electronica Shanghai and more. Supply Frame is sponsored by: Mouser Electronics

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Festool demo at Makerbay

Festool demo at Makerbay

Festool is a brand of power tools from Germany.It is known for its system-based approach on power tools and focus on dust extraction.Festool products make life easier for professional tradespeople or the diy people and help them to achieve perfect results faster.   Dirk Miao and Thomas Poon talking about the Festool tools. the Festool track saw is the perfect tool to cut large plywood sheets or even timber.With the track being portable it can be used for many different types of job. the Festool table saw is a great saw for doing small detailed work with the ability to...

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Talk: Robb Godshaw "absurdity of gender binary", March 14th 2019 19:00 PMQ

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Talk: Robb Godshaw "absurdity of gender binary", March 14th 2019 19:00 PMQ

Time: March 14th, 19:00 - 20:30. Informal intimate talk and discussion. Location: MakerBay Central, PMQ unit H508.  35號 Aberdeen St, Central Price: Free entrance | Eventbrite registration | Facebook event Language: English Robb will be talking about his current and past projects, including a light-powered kinetic bathroom sign that switches constantly from pants to dress, exploring themes of gender, inclusion, playful information design.  A restroom sign which changes from person-in-dress to a person-in-pants, constantly in flux. This project aims to highlight the absurdity of gender and of gender segregation. Infrastructure shapes culture as culture shapes infrastructure. Ungendering restrooms reduces barriers and even violence...

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Innovation workshop for Marine Spatial Planning: Norway 2050

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Innovation workshop for Marine Spatial Planning: Norway 2050

Cesar Jung-Harada from MakerBay / Scoutbots supported by Ken Chew and Eddie Yung, went to Bergen to co-deliver a 2-days intensive workshop, for about 20 students from different backgrounds and different parts of Norway. They gathered at the Marineholmen Makerspace, on the invitation by Bergen University to invent together the future of Marine Spatial Planning (MSP), or "Norway Blue Growth 2050".

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