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Open source scientific hardware is open source hardware used by scientists to do research or for education. This gallery and associated sub-pages are an extension of the book the Open Source Lab, which is about how to make scientific equipment following open source principles. Click on the hyperlinks under the images in this index to go to pages with hundreds of examples.
- Open-source scientific hardware collections and resources
NIH 3D Print Exchange - 3D-printable Custom Labware
3D printable science equipment - 3D print your lab
3D printable science equipment page 2 - more 3D prints for your lab
3D printable science equipment page 3 - and even more
Open Source Optics Library - and your optics lab
Michigan Tech's Open Sustainability Technology Lab's efforts in open source hardware
Open-source syringe pump - Parametric library of web-controlled open-source syringe pumps
GaudiLabs- Swiss Fab Lab making low cost lab instruments
OpenTrons - Open source fluid handling
Plasmatron - OpenTrons derivative for semi-automated culture of malaria parasites
IOrodeo - company making open source science instruments
Cambridge JIC - 3D printable programmable digital microscope
Open Source Imaging, NMR, MRI, EMF
Open Behavior FOSH for animal behavior and cognition
Openly Published Environmental Sensing Lab at OSU- rain catchment, wind vane, soil moisture, etc.
Arduino - a class of open source microcontrollers useful for automating equipment
Red Pitaya - open source measurement and control tool
OpenLabTools - University of Cambridge initiative in open source hardware for science
Tekla Lab - Berkley's initiative for a library of open source DIY quality scientific lab equipment
Sensorica - an Open Value Network providing sensing and automation solutions.
Hackteria - webplatform and collection of Open Source Biological Art Projects
Open Solar Outdoors Test Field - Solar photovoltaic testing
Open Source Physiology Lab- 3D printing physiology equipment
open ephys works on open-source electrophysiology
Backyard Brains - neuroscience experiment kits for DIY electrophysiology
This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.
Pages in category "Open source scientific hardware"
The following 60 pages are in this category, out of 60 total.
- Installation of a variable-angle spectrometer system for monitoring diffuse and global solar radiation
- Integrated Voltage—Current Monitoring and Control of Gas Metal Arc Weld Magnetic Ball-Jointed Open Source 3-D Printer
- It Is Time to Move Research Expenditures to the Denominator in University Metrics
- Open ephys
- Open Solar Outdoors Test Field
- Open Source 3-D Filament Diameter Sensor for Recycling, Winding and Additive Manufacturing Machines
- Open Source Arc Analyzer: Multi-Sensor Monitoring of Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing
- Open Source Computer Vision-based Layer-wise 3D Printing Analysis
- Open Source Physiology Lab
- Open source science
- Open-source 3-D Platform for Low-cost Scientific Instrument Ecosystem
- Open-source 3D-printable optics equipment
- Open-Source Automated Mapping Four-Point Probe
- Open-source colorimeter
- Open-source hardware for research and education
- Open-source Lab
- Open-source laser system for polymeric welding
- Open-source mobile water quality testing platform
- Open-Source Photometric System for Enzymatic Nitrate Quantification
- Open-source scientific hardware gallery
- Open-source syringe pump
- Open-source turbidity analyzer
- Open-source Wax RepRap 3-D Printer for Rapid Prototyping Paper-Based Microfluidics
- OSAT 3D Printable Treadle Pump