In this episode we spoke to Dr Jenny Molloy, a Cambridge Synthetic Biologist who, among many things, is the Director of the Cambridge Biomakespace, and is on the organising committee for the Gathering for Open Science Hardware.
We spoke about her work in developing the GOSH manifesto, and the recently released Open Science Hardware Roadmap which advocates for open science hardware as a ubiquitous component of everyday lab life. We also dove into the space that hardware fits into, in the ever active Open Science community. How do the open hardware advocates differ from those keen to shake up academic publishing.
We were also keen to find out more on how open science hardware projects are disseminated, not just to the fellow academics but to the wider public at large. And how this area of 'science disruption' could have a massive impact on the reproducibility of research.
Episode 26: Silicon Valley Science: with Ryan Bethencourt, the Program Director and Venture Partner at IndieBio, where we chat about biotech investment and some amazing biotech advances
Episode 33: From Lab Bench to Marketplace, with Katie Rae, CEO of The Engine, a deep tech accelerator that provides physical and intellectual resources to the startups through their coupling to all the greta stuff happening in Cambridge Mass.