Books & Videos

Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 Homegrown Neuroscience: Backyard Brains and the RoboRoach

  2. Chapter 2 Molecular Diagnostics on the Smartphone: The Mobile Health Revolution

    1. DIY Tests and Consumer Demand

    2. Health Data at Your Fingertips

    3. The Central Lab Hurdle

    4. A Smartphone Solution: Mobile MDx

    5. What’s Next?

    6. References

    7. Appendix

  3. Chapter 3 Open Source Biomaterials for Regenerative Medicine

    1. Commercially Available Biomaterials

    2. Open Source Biomaterials

    3. Open Source Biomaterials: Too Good to Be True?

    4. Conclusion

    5. References

    6. Affiliations

  4. Chapter 4 Flexible Robotic Platforms That Allow Scientists to Remain Scientists

    1. The Unfulfilled Promise of Biotechnology

    2. Impediments to Wet-Lab Productivity

    3. Automation for the Wet Lab

    4. Emerging Solutions

    5. Wet Lab Work Is Encodable

    6. Visual Sensing and Feedback

    7. Middleware Is Essential

    8. The aBioBot Solution

    9. The Path Forward

  5. Chapter 5 The Development of the Personal Genetic Kit

  6. Chapter 6 DIY Open Source Biomaterials

    1. Methods

    2. Conclusion

    3. References

  7. Chapter 7 Genome Editing Systems

    1. Discovery

    2. Mechanism of Action

    3. Ethical Concerns

  8. Chapter 8 Analyze Your Own Microbiome

    1. Working with uBiome Taxonomy Data

    2. Get the Raw Data from uBiome

    3. Analyze uBiome Results in Excel

    4. Compare and Study Multiple uBiome Results

    5. Analyze a uBiome Sample Yourself

    6. Limitations

    7. Conclusion

    8. References and Further Information