Draft DIY-bio Code for ethics from European congress
- Transparency. Emphasize transparency and the sharing of ideas, knowledge, data and results
- Safety. Adopt safe practices
- Open Access. Promote citizen science and decentralized access to biotechnology.
- Education. Help educate the public about biotechnology, its benefits and implication.
- Modesty. Know, you don’t know everything.
- Community. Carefully listen to any concerns and questions and respond honestly.
- Peaceful Purposes. Biotechnology must only be used for peaceful purposes.
- Respect. Respect humans and all living systems.
- Responsibility. Recognize the complexity and dynamics of living systems and our responsibility towards them.
- Accountability. Remain accountable for your actions and for upholding this code.
- The first step is to find a subject, in my case, I want to work with Polycephalum/physarum an allowed sample in the laboratory and with samples that will be brought by my colleagues.
- Types of photography with a microscope:
- Köhler Illumination: neutral and uniform backlighting, helps to maximize the contrast and resolution in the image.
- Darkfield: makes an object glow against a black background by using a darkfield condenser into the microscope (there are to types; dry or oil condenser).
- My Collaboration with Bacteria for Paper Production [PDF]
- Miya Masaoka, Pieces for Plants, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AHOEcAprc8
- Martin Howse, Radio Mycelium, http://libarynth.org/parn/radio_mycelium
- Laura Popplow, Fungutopia, http://www.fungutopia.org/
- Paul Stamets, Life Box, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8CMsB4jLLc
- Donna Haraway, Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Plantationocene,
Chthulucene: Making Kin, http://environmentalhumanities.org/arch/vol6/6.7.pdf