Biomakespace IS CLOSING OUR LABS FOR RELOCATION ON 30 SEP 2022!
We are therefore no longer accepting new members at this time.
If you need lab space for entrepreneurial projects, you can look into other programmes and spaces such as O2H Ventures, Babraham Research Campus, OpenCell and Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst.
Watch out for us popping up in a new space in 2023! In the meantime, here are more ways to get involved!
Biology Club brings together scientists, engineers, technologists, entrepreneurs, teachers, artists and others interested in engineering with biology.
Monthly in-person, informal meetup @ Makespace for anyone for repairing, designing and building lab equipment or who wants to learn electronics.
Join the team planning to bring labs to Makespace in Mill Lane - a new space for electronics, biology, fabrication and outreach.
Want a sneak preview of our current labs? Take a virtual tour!
Alex van der Wateren is interviewing Biomakespace members to showcase who you can find in our communal lab. Today, we meet Bárbara Nogueira!
Bringing together bio and tech will strengthen cross-disciplinary knowledge exchange and collaboration in Cambridge
The Community Biology Biosafety Handbook is an open manual that offers biosafety protocols, practices, and recommendations aimed specifically for the community biology movement.