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The new complex built in 2007 is equipment with electron microscopes, atomic force microscopes, X-ray diffraction microscopes, specialized optical microscopes, high throughput robotics for molecular screening and class 100 and 1000 clean rooms.<br>
 
The new complex built in 2007 is equipment with electron microscopes, atomic force microscopes, X-ray diffraction microscopes, specialized optical microscopes, high throughput robotics for molecular screening and class 100 and 1000 clean rooms.<br>
  
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Hackteria Microscopy Workshop
 
Hackteria Microscopy Workshop
  

Revision as of 00:52, 7 August 2012

Bio+Hackter+Art-Spaces in western California USA

August 2012


Bio+Hacker+Art

Los Angeles

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Los Angeles, 71km x 41km, 80 districts and neighborhoods. A huge flat grid. You need to get into the network to understand. We spent most time in Westwood (UCLA), Silver Lake (hippster and creative space), Venice (where the locals hang).

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California NanoSystems Institute - CNSI
The NanoSystems Institute is a research facility at UCLA. Its mission is to encourage university collaboration with industry and to enable the rapid commercialization of discoveries in nanoscience and nannotechnology. The new complex built in 2007 is equipment with electron microscopes, atomic force microscopes, X-ray diffraction microscopes, specialized optical microscopes, high throughput robotics for molecular screening and class 100 and 1000 clean rooms.

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Cal CNSI Workshop.jpg

Hackteria Microscopy Workshop

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Hackteria Microscopy Workshop


Printer in action video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E39qfKR-5s4

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Calibration Measurement. With a micro stepping motor driver a precision of less than 60 um can be achieved.

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Screenshot with ReplicatorG and WebCam image

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"Printed" sample