In partnership with Makery, Covid-Initiatives is launching a call for contributions in order to extend and improve the map and accurately and comprehensively document maker initiatives in Europe and worldwide.
Published 9 April 2020
In Tokyo, biohacker Shingo Hisakawa is converting his NinjaPCR open source thermal cycler into a real-time DNA amplifier, which could test for the coronavirus Covid-19.
Published 9 April 2020 by la rédaction
In France, the mobilization of makers and fablabs against Covid-19 is unprecedented, but they are left to liaise directly with health care workers and civil society.
Published 8 April 2020 by Clément Renaud
A team of European researchers offers a decentralized protocol that could store relevant information on people without mass collecting personal data.
Published 8 April 2020
MIT’s Project Magnus has designed a model for a complete face shield that can be cut out in one (foldable) piece from a single flat sheet.
Published 7 April 2020 by Cherise Fong
As Oki Wonder Lab gleefully camps out in Okinawa, most Hackterians are stuck indoors. An online KitchenLab hosted live from Helsinki offered an entertaining glimpse of localized baking, while other experiments are fermenting and distilling across the global network.
Published 7 April 2020 by la rédaction
Hospitals that are mobilized against Covid-19 are in short supply of electric syringe pumps. Electrolab is developing an open source prototype.
Published 6 April 2020
Akiba and his Hackerfarm team have developed an open source system for sterilizing and decontaminating masks or other objects using ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI).
Published 3 April 2020 by la rédaction
Makery has been in high demand since the start of the lockdown to relay information on the initiatives of makers and biohackers against Covid-19. We need your support to meet this challenge.
Published 30 March 2020 by Cherise Fong
Oki Wonder Lab just may be the most remote un-disciplinary DIYbio camp going on in the world right now. Hackteria’s latest event is currently taking place in Okinawa.
Published 10 March 2020
Designing an open-source DIY Coronavirus detection test! That's the mission the JOGL distributed research laboratory has decided to challenge.