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HardwareX promotes open source hardware for science
The purpose of HardwareX is to help accelerate the distribution of low-cost high-quality open source scientific hardware.
1 comment Posted 15 Jul 2016 by Joshua Pearce Feed
Build your own open source solar panels
The inventors of the SunZilla project aim to make it easier, cleaner, portable, quiet, and completely open source.
3 comments Posted 1 Jul 2016 by Don Watkins Feed
5 Eclipse tools for processing and visualizing data
Five highly sophisticated scientific workbenches to help scientists and researchers to quickly make sense of their data in a reproducible way.
0 comments Posted 25 Apr 2016 by Tracy Miranda Feed
Free, high-quality education resources from the National Science Digital Library
The National Science Digital Library is a collection of high-quality online educational resources for teaching and learning science.
0 comments Posted 18 Apr 2016 by Don Watkins Feed
Best of science articles on Opensource.com in 2015
Opensource.com published several great stories in 2015 about open science projects that are changing the way we research, collaborate, and solve problems.
0 comments Posted 25 Dec 2015 by Marcus D. Hanwell Feed
Elon Musk, the SpaceX CEO and founder, announces a design competition for his revolutionary open source Hyperloop transportation concept. It will take place in 2016.
1 comment Posted 24 Jul 2015 by John E. Cosgrove (Red Hat) Feed
Open source on the seven seas
Open source navigation tool OpenCPN is changing boating for weekend warriors and serious seafarers alike.
1 comment Posted 23 Jul 2015 by Mauro Calvi Feed
Just as chemistry students learn not only chemistry but lab procedures and equipment, so too must meteorology students learn about the tools of their trade.
1 comment Posted 22 Jul 2015 by Ben Cotton Feed
Three US Air Force Research Laboratory interns are exploring how open source-powered virtual reality can help students and researchers collaborate.
0 comments Posted 21 Jul 2015 by Lauren Egts Feed
Open hardware words in neon
Lauren Egts is high school student who participates in FIRST program (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) called FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition). FRC challenges teams to build a robot in six weeks that can compete in a competition. Lauren tells us about this year's... Read more
0 comments Posted 22 Apr 2015 by Lauren Egts Feed

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