• Bringing making and biology together

    Bringing making and biology together

    Biological experimentation is intertwined with instrumentation and engineering - Biomakespace will provide a space for prototyping and exploring.

  • Training and skills sharing sessions

    Training and skills sharing sessions

    Biomakespace will provide training opportunities and experience for many types of people from students to those wanting skills to enter the bioeconomy workforce in Cambridge.

  • A home with some biological history

    A home with some biological history

    The old Laboratory of Molecular Biology building which will house Biomakespace has seen groundbreaking scientific discovery and led at the forefront of technological advances such as nucleic acid sequencing, protein and antibody engineering and the invention of the scanning confocal microscope. [more on Wikipedia]

    Image credit: Jynto on Wikimedia Commons, released as Public Domain.

  • A creative space for prototyping and design

    A creative space for prototyping and design

    Design thinking and low-tech prototyping (like microfluidics with paper and sellotape!) can enrich experimental creativity.

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Latest News

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Alex van der Wateren is leading a feature series to find out more about the Biomakespace members! In the fourth entry of the series, we learn more about Bill Zong Jia.
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Alex van der Wateren is authoring a feature series finding out more about the Biomakespace members! In this third entry of the series, we learn more about Yanbo Yin, who has been an intern at the space.
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Alex van der Wateren is authoring a feature series finding out more about the Biomakespace members! In this second entry of the series, we learn more about James Sanders, who has been an intern at the space.
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Alex van der Wateren is leading a feature series to find out more about the Biomakespace members! In the first entry of the series, we learn more about Anna Kuroshchenkova.

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