Genetics Meetups

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We believe that innovations in biology should be accessible, affordable, and open to everyone. We’re building a community biology lab for amateurs, inventors, entrepreneurs, and anyone who wants to experiment with friends. Welcome to BioCurious

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Biocurians
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As more biotech and life science companies are attracted to the DC metro area, there is a clear need to facilitate interaction amongst its key players. To that end, we will host quarterly networking events with other biotechnology professionals and b

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This group organizes networking and social events for attendees at the BIO International Convention. We first launched the group for the 2009 BIO International Convention in Atlanta, and this year we are planning even more events for the 2015 Convent

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Science. It works, bitches.* *http://xkcd.com/54/ A Budapest Science Meetup azért lett, hogy legyen egy hely, ahol kutatók mesélhetnek tudományról, nem csak (sőt, főleg nem) szakmabelieknek. Minden egyes meetup-on a meghívott előadók röviden szólnak

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DIYbio San Diego is the DIY bio meetup group for San Diego County. We do not have our own mailing list yet, so join the discussions on the SoCal DIYBio Google Group ( groups.google.com/group/socal-diybi­o ). Inspired by the DIY science of the Hackersp

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Citizen Scientists
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Come help us build a new community lab for the East Bay, focused on DIY biology and citizen science. A place to explore, learn, work on fun projects, tinker with biology and other sciences. Open to biotech professionals, scientists, and citizen scien

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This is a meet up group for Berkeley BioLabs, which is focused on transforming the way that hard science projects are pushed forward through a collaborative community approach and open source methodologies to develop technologies and projects which c

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Biohackers
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PSW, the oldest scientific society in Washington, DC, was founded in 1871 by Joseph Henry of the Smithsonian Institution and other leading scientists. The Society invites prominent scientists from the United States and abroad to present the latest sc

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Together Berkeley and Emeryville represent a dynamic center for discovery and manufacturing in biosciences. A significant concentration of life science companies make their home in our midst.  We want to increase the connectivity among existing compa

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Do-it-yourself biological innovation! We're inspired by the California group "biocurious", like them, we believe in the power of open source, open access, and learning in community. We believe this philosophy should be applied to biology! Wouldn't it

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April 16, 2015

A number of meetings on computational biology, systems biology and data science in disease modeling. Mostly interesting for those with a background in the life sciences or computational fields. Free-ranging discussions, talks and presentations on own

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Science Geeks
April 5, 2015

This meetup is for Citizen Science enthusiasts at all levels. We intend to cover a broad range of technologies and fields of science from Space Exploration to BioTechnology. Let's meet and change the world!

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Discovers!
April 1, 2015

BioHackSyd is a place to talk about molecular biology from a DIY perspective. We encourage all people to attend regardless of scientific knowledge or expertise to come and listen to a series of talks followed by networking drinks. Talks range from ci

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Biohackers
March 31, 2015

The LRIG Philadelphia Chapter serves the Delaware Valley, with a membership consisting of individuals from the area’s pharmaceutical and biotechnical industries and also from the many academic institutions in the region. Each year we typically hold a

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Mad Scientists
March 29, 2015

Voila! Several years ago I had this biology symposium for undergrads in order to practice our academic presentation/communication skills and broadening our interest in the field. Many of us are still pursuing career matching our major despite the col

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*10^11 neurons
March 22, 2015

As technology becomes increasingly integrated with our physical, mental, and spiritual bodies, biohackers creatively question fundamental assumptions and expand the boundaries of possibility. This group meets monthly and explores topics like: • Home

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Biohackers
March 22, 2015

Cape Fear Futurist is a group dedicated to the discussion of all things possible and probable in regards to the advancement of technology. From nanotechnologies to robotics to biotech, we meet regularly to discuss how these innovations will shape soc

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Futurist
February 22, 2015

Meet other local adults dealing with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Related Disorders (OCDR). We share our experiences, progress, thoughts and tips. The support and camaraderie really make difference. We also regularly invite professionals to pres

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OCDR
February 10, 2015

This meet-up group is for connecting biotech, medical, health, tech and business people - or whoever is interested in what is going on in the field of life science. Together we want to create impulses and develop ideas to change how the future of hum

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Health & Life Science Hackers
February 1, 2015

Creating and promoting a full and diverse biotech Ecosystem in GUSH DAN. Building a thriving biotech community to allow and support innovation, allowing people to network and exchange ideas As my smart PhD adviser said- "It is all about self expressi

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Biotech Enthusiasts
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