[plug] Bioinformatics and Backyard Bio-Hacking Workshop
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Thu Jun 16 18:40:52 WST 2011
Will we be able to purchase food as well as drink there? I've never
been, so I don't know :) I just don't want to go from 10-5:30 without
On 13/06/2011 2:48 PM, Daniel Harmsworth wrote:
> Oh, additionally there will be bits on genetic algorithms involving
> some 'cool 3D& music stuff' and artificial life.
> On 13 June 2011 14:45, Daniel Harmsworth<danielharmsworth at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Slated finish time is 5:30pm, it will probably not run that long but
>> it might. No expertise is necessary, this is a ground up intro to
>> backyard bio!
>> @Mitch: It hasn't been *tested* under windows by us, it should
>> theoretically work fine.
>> On 13 June 2011 14:21, Ari<sothisistheinternet at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> This sounds great, right up my alley - I'll make every effort to be there :)
>>> About how long does it run for?
>>> On 13/06/2011 12:49 PM, Daniel Harmsworth wrote:
>>>> Greets all,
>>>> Taking off my PLUG OCM hat and putting on my Artifactory Chairman hat
>>>> for a moment, I would like to invite any interested PLUG members to
>>>> the Artifactory this Saturday (18th June) from 10am for a workshop on
>>>> Bioinformatics and backyard bio-hacking presented by visiting hacker
>>>> Hugo Herter from Hackerspace Brussels.
>>>> You will need to bring a laptop as there will be practical components
>>>> working on the beginning stages of designing your own custom bacteria.
>>>> We can only guarantee that the software will work under GNU/Linux or
>>>> Mac OSX, it has not been tested under Winwoes.
>>>> The event is free to attend however your patronage at the drinks
>>>> fridge is much appreciated by the Artifactory Treasury!
>>>> Further details are available on the Artifactory Wiki at
>>> PLUG discussion list: plug at plug.org.au
>>> Committee e-mail: committee at plug.linux.org.au
>> Daniel Harmsworth
>> Chairman, The Perth Artifactory Inc.
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