CRISPR.kitchen Berlin German biohacker and maker gathering


Location: Fab Lab Berlin, 7 July 2017 Open Innovation Space, Prenzlauer Allee 242, 10405 Berlin


The crispr.kitchen connects biohackers and makers who develop their own technologies with industry and academics to exchange about the future of citizen made technology in Germany. By discussing latest prototypes and in interactive games, we will explore the potentials of DIYscience in the innovation system and society. 


Program

14:00-14:30     Arrival, setup of tables 

14:30-14:40     Opening by Rüdiger Trojok (KIT-ITAS)  and Daniel Heltzel (Fablab Berlin) 

14:40-15:00     open Genome hacking and laboratories for everyone  by Rüdiger Trojok 

15:00-18:00     Biohacker flea market: show and trade your Biohacks,  Organisms, plasmids, prototypes and materials 

18:00-20:00     Grilling the future: food, grill and debate about  the future of citizen made science and innovation

20:00-22:00     Super Bestiary: Playing Tableau Vivant and the Exquisite Corpse game by Karolina Sobecka


To participate in the flea market register with Rüdiger Trojok rt@openbioprojects.net 



This event is part of the BMBF-funded project “TechnoCitizenScience” run by KIT-ITAS and TUM and hosted in partnership with FabLab Berlin.