A group from the University of Hawaii designs and develops affordable, open source scientific instrumentation. They are using 3D printing, microcontrollers, and the open source community to bring basic chemistry and environmental monitoring instruments to high school and college labs, as well as citizens interested in monitoring there surroundings. Some of the instruments they have designed are a potentiostat, syringe pump, spectrometer, turbidity sensor, and data loggers.
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