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MOST uses Arduinos for a number of our projects including all of our RepRap 3-D printers and Building research equipment with free, open-source hardware for Open-source labs:

In the literature[edit]


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  • Nikolaou, Panayiotis, Aaron M. Coffey, Laura L. Walkup, Brogan M. Gust, Nicholas Whiting, Hayley Newton, Scott Barcus et al. "Near-unity nuclear polarization with an open-source 129Xe hyperpolarizer for NMR and MRI." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110, no. 35 (2013): 14150-14155.
  • Fobel, R., Fobel, C., & Wheeler, A. R. (2013). DropBot: An open-source digital microfluidic control system with precise control of electrostatic driving force and instantaneous drop velocity measurement. Applied Physics Letters, 102(19), 193513.
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  • Hirafuji, M., Yoichi, H., Kiura, T., Matsumoto, K., Fukatsu, T., Tanaka, K., ... & Suzuki, T. (2011, September). Creating high-performance/low-cost ambient sensor cloud system using OpenFS (open field server) for high-throughput phenotyping. In SICE Annual Conference (SICE), 2011 Proceedings of (pp. 2090-2092). IEEE.* Teikari, P., Najjar, R. P., Malkki, H., Knoblauch, K., Dumortier, D., Gronfier, C., & Cooper, H. M. (2012). An inexpensive Arduino-based LED stimulator system for vision research. Journal of neuroscience methods, 211(2), 227-236.
  • Zachariadou, K., Yiasemides, K., & Trougkakos, N. (2012). A low-cost computer-controlled Arduino-based educational laboratory system for teaching the fundamentals of photovoltaic cells. European Journal of Physics, 33(6), 1599.
  • Newman, J. P., Zeller-Townson, R., Fong, M. F., Desai, S. A., Gross, R. E., & Potter, S. M. (2012). Closed-loop, multichannel experimentation using the open-source NeuroRighter electrophysiology platform. Frontiers in neural circuits, 6.*
  • Pineño, O. (2014). ArduiPod Box: A low-cost and open-source Skinner box using an iPod Touch and an Arduino microcontroller. Behavior research methods, 46(1), 196-205.
  • Sun, R., Bouchard, M. B., & Hillman, E. (2010). SPLASSH: Open source software for camera-based high-speed, multispectral in-vivo optical image acquisition. Biomedical optics express, 1(2), 385-397.
  • Chelli, K., & Chavhan, S. (2013). Development of wireless sensor node to monitor poultry farm. In Mobile Communication and Power Engineering (pp. 27-32). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
  • Kentzer, J., Koch, B., Thiim, M., Jones, R. W., & Villumsen, E. (2011, May). An open source hardware-based mechatronics project: The replicating rapid 3-D printer. In Mechatronics (ICOM), 2011 4th International Conference On (pp. 1-8). IEEE.
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