Labitat, Copenhagen, October 17: Social studies of citizen science and hacker culture
While in October Copenhagen hosts the EASST/4S Conference (Society for Social studies of Science), the hackerspace Labitat organizes a small informal networking event on Wednesday 17 about the hacking and the citizen science.
The event involves hackers, makers, do-it-yourself enthusiasts, social and natural scientists, and policy-makers that come and talk about projects, be inspired, and have conversations together.
Hackers and DIY-bio meets social scientists.
Labitat Wednesday 17th of Oct 2012 18:00.
Some of the confirmed mini-talk speakers:
Rüdiger Trojok – DIY-biologist
“Thoughts on current DIY-BIO activities in Germany & Building a genegun”
Signout and Flummer (Labitat Hackers)
“US-Hackerspace road trip. 16 spaces in 14 days. Differences, thoughts and a Danish perspective”
Louise Whiteley – Assistant Professor – Medical Museion, University of Copenhagen
“From Kitchen Sink to Museum: Public Engagement with Synthetic Biology and Open Science”
Morgan Meyer – Ecole des Mines de Paris.
“Domesticating and tinkering with biology – a material culture of DIY biology”
Paolo Magaudda – University of Padua (Italy)
“How hacking spreads in the society: iOS Jailbreaking as an alternative consumption of technology”
Se the details here: https://labitat.dk/wiki/Citizen_science_event. An online pre-registration is requested (both for presenters and audience).