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Generate Electricity from Bacteria in Mud

Create renewable, carbon-neutral electrical power from bacteria.
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Maker Spotlight: Erica Moulten

sharks copyErica Moulten, a self-described “anything is possible” kind of maker, loves to teach kids how to build underwater ROVs.

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Public Lab Puts Eco Justice in the Hands of Citizen Scientists

A network of DIY environmentalists is helping monitor oil cleanups and busting polluters.
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Build a Beautiful Seismometer to Detect Quakes and Explosions

Use a laser pointer with a DIY oscillating optical fiber pendulum to detect and record movements of the Earth.
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Projects With Ryan Slaugh: DIY gas Leak Detector

The Atmospheric Gas Detector Kit, found in the Makershed, gives you the components needed to detect different kinds of gases. In this episode of “Projects with Ryan Slaugh”, we will go through the steps of setting up the base experiment from the book …

LED Atmospheric Analyzer Kit Now Available In The Maker Shed

The Maker Shed LED Atmospheric Analyzer Kit is now available in the Maker Shed. Use it to create a photometer, a device that measures how much blue, green, and red light are penetrating the atmosphere.Read the full article on MAKE

Earthquake-Actuated Artbot

This bot visualizes earthquakes as splotches of paint, squirting paint color coded to the strength of each quake. Quakescape is a 3D fabricator that works by taking earthquake data from the site GeoNet (www.geonet.org.nz) and transferring it into the m…

December is Glass Month

With November behind us, we’re wrapping up our 2012 Year of Materials theme, this month, with a focus on glass. Glass, in the broadest sense of the term, does not imply any particular type of atomic or molecular composition, but rather a particular kin…