Triangle DIY Biology: Community Citizen Science and DIYBio Group of the NC Triangle​ 

(RAD Lab (Reuse Arts District Lab)

Pictures from the RAD Lab

Pictures from the Microbiome Survey of the RAD Lab (May 2018)

Plates divided in half were from swabs made at various location. Other plates were exposed for 2-3 hrs uncovered. All plates were then incubated at 37 C for two days.

Recent story on the Scrap Exchange

"Triangle DIY Biology is driving the effort to create a Community Lab Space in Durham. The Lab Space is open to all, focusing on the interests of its members. Our core group of active members has expertise in microbiology, bioinformatics, AgBio/AgTech, bio-composites, entomology, computer science, electronics, embedded systems, engineering, community engagement, K-12 education, and tech-based economic development. 

Through the generosity of The Scrap Exchange, our Lab is temporarily housed in the ReUse Arts (& Sciences) District, at #24 Shoppers St., in the Lakewood Shopping Center n Durham. 

TriDIYBio moved to SplatSpace in Sept 2020 and is currently located there.

A more detailed prospectus can be found here.

Thank You!

















Exhibits Hosted at our September Open House:



NCCU Fab Lab

The Evostat-PACE (phage assisted continuous evolution)

Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches

DIY and conventional agarose gel electrophoresis

Electro-Magnetic Trains

GFP painting

Microbiome sampling

​​Hand soldering fine pitch surface mount electronic components

Scrap Exchange exhibit

Splat Space exhibit