Yachachiqs, Inventors and Innovators

My article published in the Citizen Science Quarterly V 02

Table of Contents:
Welcome Letter from the Editor by Jacob Shiach (05)
Open Wide by Steven Miron, MD (06)
Grassroot Innovation in the Developing World by Luis Gustavo Lira (09)
The Bio Board by Rikke Rasmussen (13)
Blue Green Project by Michael Reed (23)
DIYbio Code of Ethics by Jacob Shiach (27)
DIY Biosynthesis by Cathal Garvey (32)
GenSpace Editorial by Ellen Jorgensen (37)
Alexander Fleming Portrait by Leticia Mazariegos (41)
ExploraBox Article by Ricky Opaterny (42
Floating in Thin Air by Anupam Pathak (44)


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