Scientific American: Maker Movement Turns Scientists into Tinkerers

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An interesting article in Scientific American covers the impact of 3D-printing for research equipment. No explicit mention of open hardware as a trend but a lot of interesting projects included that use open source hardware and software

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The joining of science and the maker movement is “not only a great thing but an inevitable thing,” says Conor Russomanno, co-founder of OpenBCI, a company that builds a low-cost brain-computer interface kit.

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