Category Archives: DIY A-LIFE WORKSHOPS

Pikslo_deep_diving / underwater interception of the nordic sea | Robertina Šebjanič, Kat Austen, Gjino Šutič, Slavko Glamočanin

Pikslo_deep_diving / underwater interception of the nordic sea World seas and oceans are presenting more than 70% of surface of Earth. 97% of it is salt water, 2% is fresh water in the form of ice and only the remaining 1% is drinking water, which is distributed around the planet very unevenly.The exploration of any ecosystem requires detailed study and

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DIY BioLab: How to mix molecular biology and electronics as new performances | Cristian Delgado

DIY BioLab Molecular biology has for many years proved to be a great tool that accelerates our knowledge of biological phenomena, allowing us to redesign, reinvent and even recreate it.  With this ability to change the basis of biological nature, a lot of questions ethical and social questions have arisen, but one of the most important is: Who can access

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Bio-Vortex (Bio-Illuminating The Vortex) | Ben Freeth

Bio-Vortex (Bio-Illuminating The Vortex)  “Some things, though they are not in their nature fire, nor any species of fire, yet seem to produce light” – Aristotle 4th Century BCE 1 // Overview Bio-Vortex (Bio-Illuminating the Vortex) envisions a hybrid musical instrument, part living part electromechanical. This assemblage works with the natural metabolism of bioluminescent algae as a technical system interfaced

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R language, a powerful tool for environmental data analysis | Christian Mong

R language, a powerful tool for environmental data analysis It is important to categorize landscapes in a meaningful way. What can we build and how should we build? Which buffer zones must we include? The most valuable landscapes may be vulnerable to various forms of influence, and what must be emphasized is dependent on the local context. Landscapes have different

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