What is wetPONG?

What is wetPONG?
The field of micro- and nanosystems in life sciences is inherently highly interdisciplinary. In both academic research and industrial R&D the people involved need to be able to communicate and work with a large number of collaborators from different fields and backgrounds, know about the possible applications in the pharmaceutical industries, medicine and patient care and take responsibility of the societal implication of their work. Successful products and research findings can only be achieved when this transdisciplinary collaboration is learned and taught on-the-job and at all levels Read the story »

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Biotic Gamess developed in Standford

Jan 27, 2011 | No Comments

you can find more info about this reseach in ingmar's website

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wetPONG is now ongoing at GameDesign, ZHdK

Apr 29, 2010 | No Comments

wetPONG is now ongoing at GameDesign, ZHdK

This spring semester, i am collaborating with rene bauer, GameDesign, ZHdK, on doing a course with his students.

GameEngine Programming III (DoNa) SlowGames (mit Marc R Dusseiller)
next topic of gamedesign: wetware, nanoparticles: design with living content
Check the course website here | gametheory.ch
During the course we will work with the students on the development of game [...]

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Playing PONG with Cells

Jan 25, 2010 | No Comments

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Experiments with pumps in Taipei

Dec 10, 2009 | 1 Comment

Experiments with pumps in Taipei

During the Playaround09 Workshop in Taipei we have also been doing some experiments in Bioelectronix, building microscopes and also some hacked CD-rom drives to be used as linear syringe pumps.
The motor from the CD-rom was controlled using a L293 (H-bridge motor controller) from the arduino. single drop can easily be controlled, allthough the speed still [...]

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MicroLAB 2 | DIY microscopy

Oct 1, 2009 | No Comments

MicroLAB 2 | DIY microscopy

today we built microscopes... more soon...

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Do we need magnets....?

Sep 24, 2009 | No Comments

maybe
supermagnete
for sealing?

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MicroLAB 1 | Homemade Microfludics

Sep 24, 2009 | No Comments

MicroLAB 1 | Homemade Microfludics

In the first MicroLAB the students were introduced into simple protocolls to construct microfluidic devices using PDMS.
We have been testing the Homemade Microfluidics fabrication protocols, which relies on prototype masters, cut out by hand from adhesive tape. Furthermore the students were introduced in different tricks for sealing the devices and also integrating tubings and connectors. [...]

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Hello world!

May 24, 2009 | No Comments

Hello world!

wet PONG, a hybrid-game and bio-micro/nano technology platform.
the project site is online...

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