- Saturday Science: Sept 19 from 1-4 PM at the RAD Lab at #24 Shoppers St in the Lakewood Re-Use District. Directions to the RAD Lab here. Please bring a mask if you come. Saturday Science will be moving to SplatSpace (splatspace.org) beginning in October at the same time.
- Sunday, Sept 20 is TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at 6:30 PM. It is online, see the SplatSpace website for details on how to signup. This Sunday, we will be discussing the PVI Dashboard (Pandemic Vulnerability Index; https://covid19pvi.niehs.nih.gov), a publicly available web tool for assessing disease vulnerability at a county-wide level in the US, with a focus on COVID-19. A paper describing this tool is available at medRxiv.
Recent News and Events:
Insight CoLearning Center is conducting their Chemistry Lab at the Rad Lab
Tom Randall's Ronin Genetics paper "Genomic Sequencing to Identify
Potentially Causative Mutation(s) of Neurospora crassa col-4" is available.
Our video describing DIY Gel Electrophoresis is available here.
- Saturday, Sept 12, NC Citizens Science Symposium, NC State University, online
- Sunday, Mar 15, 6:30 PM TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at SplatSpace. Topic: A short presentation on the biology of the Coronavirus.
- Sunday, Feb 16, 6:30 PM TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at SplatSpace. Topic: An Introduction to Microbiome Analysis.
- Sunday, Dec 15, 6:30 PM TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at SplatSpace. Tom Randall discussed a recently accepted publication from Ronin Genetics entitled "Genomic Sequencing to Identify Potentially Causative Mutation(s) of Neurospora crassa col-4"
- Thursday, Dec 12, 11:30 AM - 1 PM Stem Wars at Athens Drive HS in Raleigh.
- Saturday, Nov 23, 9 AM - 12 PM. TriDIYBio will be doing hands-on activities with the Catalyst InvenTeam at Science House on the NCSU Centennial Campus. Pictures of the GFP and microbiome plating here.
- Sunday, Nov 17, 6:30 PM TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at SplatSpace. Edward Richards will be talking about "Entocultura" (cricket rearing company) and the future of small biotech in the triangle.
- Sunday, Oct 20, 6:30 PM TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at SplatSpace. A discussion of base editing enzymes and PACE
- Sunday, Aug 18, 6:30 PM TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at SplatSpace. A research update on building a CAS9 containing strain of Neurospora crassa by Tom Randall
- Friday, July 12 from 2-4 PM on the NIEHS campus. TriDIYBio participated in their annual STaRS workshop distributing agar gel electrophoresis kits and helping teachers build DIY magnetic stir plates.
- Sunday, June 23, 6:30 PM TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at SplatSpace. We discussed our participation in the NIEHS STaRS (Science Teachers at Research Summer) program upcoming on July 12.
- Saturday, June 22. The Scrap Exchange will be hosting the second annual Hebocon. See this Youtube video to get a flavor of this event. More information about Hebocon can be found at their official website.
- Saturday, June 1 from 11 AM - 4 PM, TriDIYBio participated in the NCCU FAB Lab Spark Faire on the NCCU Campus in Durham.
- Sunday, May 19, 6:30 PM TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at SplatSpace, the talk is "Building a CAS9 containing strain of Neurospora crassa".
- Thursday, Apr 25 from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM Lakewood Elementary School Science Night
- Saturday, Apr 13 from 9 AM - 4 PM Triangle SciTech Expo at NC Museum of Natural Science, Raleigh. Pictures from the GFP painting and microbiome sampling are here.
- Thursday, Apr 11 from 6 PM - 7:30 PM Science Night at Pearsontown Elementary School, Durham
- Monday, Mar 18, 12:30-1:30 PM, Students at Work Program at NIEHS. Pictures here.
- Sunday, Mar 17, 6:30 PM TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at SplatSpace, the talk is "Developing a new selection marker for Nerurospora crassa, a failed experiment or accidental toxicology.
- Saturday, Mar 16 from 9 AM - 5 PM. Citizens Science Association annual meeting at the NC Museum of Natural Science, Raleigh. Pictures here.
- Friday, Mar 8, 12:45 - 2:45 PM Athens Drive Professional Learning Team Symposium, Raleigh
- Thursday, Feb 21 from 6-8 PM Brassfield Elementary Math and Science Extravaganza, Raleigh
- Thursday, Feb 7 from 4-7 PM, TriDIYBio will exhibit along with SplatSpace in LaunchBio's Larger Than Life Science event "Brilliant Minds". Pictures from the event are here. The WRAL TechWire story is here.
- Friday, Dec 21, 6:30-8:30 PM. Solstice celebration at the RAD Lab at #24. All are invited. LED throwies, home-brew beer tasting, who knows what else.
- Sunday, Dec 16, 6:30 TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday at SplatSpace: An introduction to Illumina next generation sequence analysis.
- Tuesday, Nov 6 1-2 PM TriDIYBio demonstration for 2018 SummerSTEM Day @ NIEHS
- Monday, Nov 5 1-2 PM TriDIYBio demonstration for 2018 SummerSTEM Day @ NIEHS
- Saturday, Oct 20, 2 PM-4 PM TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday: This will be concurrent with Saturday Science at #24 Shopper St. The topic will be a hands-on opportunity to do a plasmid DNA preparation and an agarose gel of the results.
- Tuesday, Oct 16, 8:30 AM - 11 AM Wake Ed LINK Strategic Business-School Engagement with Lynn Rd Elementary
- Saturday, Sept 29, 10 AM - 6 PM TriDIYBio participated in the Orange County LocalFest in Hillsborough. Pictures, including the GFP painting, can be found at this link.
- Thursday, Sept 20, 6:30-8:30 TriDIYBio exhibited at 2018 SciREN Triangle Networking Event at the NC Museum of Natural Science.
- Sunday, Sept 16, 6:30 PM Third Sunday TriDIYBio meeting at SplatSpace. Topic: "Visualization of CRISPR Arrays in E. coli" Demo of software to visualize CRISPR arrays in bacterial genomes.
- Wednesday, Aug 22: TriDIYBio participated in the Durham Public Schools 2018-2019 Academic Kick Off event at the Southern School of Energy & Sustainability from 12 PM to 4 PM
- Saturday, Aug 18, 1 - 4 PM Saturday Science and TriDIYBio 3rd Sunday event concurrently. We will be doing DNA preps from mud and/or soil. Everyone will have the opportunity to do a hands-on DNA prep.
- Friday, July 13, at STaRS (Science Teachers at Research Summer) at NIEHS, TriDIYBio will present "DIY Biology in the Triangle". Pictures from the GFP painting are here.
Archives of past events can be found under the Archives page.
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We're starting both a community and a laboratory space for learning about and practicing cutting-edge science and biotechnology in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina. As of July 2017 we have space at #24 Shoppers St in the Re-Use Arts District near Scrap Exchange.
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Pictures from the TriDIYBio lab (RAD Lab)
Drone overview of the RAD Lab site