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ART IMITATES DNA

ART IMITATES DNA

It has recently been possible to pay a service a little bit of money and learn more about your own DNA. You might find out you really aren’t Italian after all or that you are more or less susceptible to some ailments. [Paul Klinger] had his DNA mapped and decided to make a sculpture representing his […]

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Design 3D prints on your Raspberry Pi using BlocksCAD 3D model editor

Design 3D prints on your Raspberry Pi using BlocksCAD 3D model editor

Raspberry Pi users wishing to design and create their very own 3D models to be transferred from digital concepts to physical 3D printed objects, may be interested in a new tutorial published by the Raspberry Pi Foundation this week. Demonstrating how the BlocksCAD 3D model editor can be used in a web browser to create and design 3D models

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ROBOT VS. SUPERBUG

ROBOT VS. SUPERBUG

Working in a university or research laboratory on interesting, complicated problems in the sciences has a romanticized, glorified position in our culture. While the end results are certainly worth celebrating, often the process of new scientific discovery is underwhelming, if not outright tedious. That’s especially true in biology and chemistry, where scaling up sample sizes

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HACKADAY LINKS SEPTEMBER 29 2019

HACKADAY LINKS: SEPTEMBER 29, 2019

In a sure sign that we’ve arrived in the future, news from off-world is more interesting this week than Earth news. When the InSight probe landed on Mars last year, it placed the first operating magnetometer on the Red Planet. Since then, the sensitive instrument has been logging data about the planet’s magnetic field, and

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CHEAP SENSORS AND AN SDR MONITOR CONDITIONS IN THIS FILAMENT DRYING FARM 3

CHEAP SENSORS AND AN SDR MONITOR CONDITIONS IN THIS FILAMENT DRYING FARM

We don’t know where [Scott M. Baker] calls home, but it must be a pretty humid place indeed. After all, he has invested quite a bit in fancy vacuum storage containers to keep his 3D-printer filament dry, with the result being this sensor-laden filament drying farm. [Scott] wasn’t content to just use these PrintDry containers without knowing what’s

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