CBA News & Notes
December 14, 2018
How To Make (almost) Anything
open house will be held from 5:00-6:30 on Tuesday December 18th on the sixth floor of MIT's building
Emily Salvador writes about the class here:
Joe Jacobson, Pranam Chatterjee, and Noah Jakimo showed how to significantly expand the fraction of the genome that can be edited with CRISPR:
Shuguang Zhang and Rui Qing showed how cellular membrane proteins can be used outside of cell membranes:
Pictures and videos are available for events CBA co-hosted on Computational Fabrication:
Mel King's Festschrift:
FAB14 was covered here:
FAB15 will follow in Egypt July 28-August 4, 2019.
CBA received a research award under the NIST Materials Genome Initiative:
working Argonne National Laboratory's Manufacturing Science program:
on open designs for online materials measurements and modeling.
We welcome the Prostate Cancer Foundation as an affiliate sponsor, with a focus on studying olfaction for cancer diagnosis:
Neil Gershenfeld spoke at the EuroScience Open Forum
Open Hardware Summit:
World Intelligent Manufacturing Summit:
and the Whole Earth Catalog's 50th anniversary celebration:
where a team of current and former CBA students showed rapid-prototyping of rapid-prototyping machines as a frontier of its tagline "access to tools".
World Affairs spoke with Neil Gershenfeld and his brothers Joel and Alan on the implications of digital fabrication:
Alum Raffi Krikorian was interviewed by NPR:
Alum Max Lobovsky wrote:
and Neil Gershenfeld was interviewed:
on the controversy over 3D-printed guns.
Tomas Diez edited a book on fab cities:
CBA patents have issued for microfluidic bubble logic devices:
and lattice robots:
We're pleased to add to CBA's digital fabrication facility a new waterjet cutter:
and wire bonder:
Best wishes from your friends and colleagues at CBA for the holiday season and the coming year.
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