Noe Fernán FEDERICI

Molecular Genetics and Microbiology Department UC, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, CHILE

How open hardware and public domain reagents can leverage biotechnology research and education in Latin America

Host: J. Molloy

The urgent need to address inequalities in education, scientific research, and technological development has brought open science and open source technology to the forefront. In this talk, I address how the use of open protocols, public domain reagents, and open hardware has leveraged our research and educational capabilities in Biotechnology. I highlight how the interactions with open collaborative networks such as ReClone, JOGL and GOSH/reGOSH are also enabling the emergence of more decentralized models for biotechnology.

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