A special screening of the feature documentary of SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL, the latest documentary by filmmaker Deborah Koons Garcia. SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL explores the evolution and importance of soil in today's world.
Watch milk turn from liquid to gel then curds and whey in this intro to home cheesemaking. Culture, cut, hoop, flip and salt. In only a few weeks, these fresh cheese pucks bloom with edible white molds.
BioFlame utilizes the process of anaerobic digestion to harvest combustible methane gas from organic waste. Methane is produced when methanogenic bacteria break down organic compounds. Collected gas fuels a small cook-stove.
This is a proof of concept on the production of a customizable artificial heart. It's end goal is a design for an artificial heart which can be custom fabricated for the patient and still perform the necessary functions.
Do you have the Right Stuff to be a citizen scientist or citizen astronaut? Citizens in Space has acquired 10 flights on the XCOR Lynx spacecraft. This is your chance to fly.
Chimera Art Space is the first community arts and maker space in Sonoma County, California. We're a diverse community of artists, makers, hackers, inventors, and mad scientists looking to learn, share and grow.
Ponga rediscovers the art of Show & Tell! You put love into everything you make, now you can share what you love about your Maker project with the world. Show Ponga what you've made and together we'll tell the world.
Students from the The Athenian School in Danville CA will be exhibiting their final projects from various classes supported by our Makers Studio facility.
Synthetic biology retools biosystems for useful purposes. It has great potential in space exploration: as part of Stanford-Brown IGEM, we have developed systems that can survive extreme conditions, mine metal ions, and more!
The Planet of the Jellies is a self designed and constructed nano jellyfish aquarium built to keep small and delicate jellies. The 4 gallon cylindrical tank is complete with internal filtration, lighting, and heat control.
Come learn how to build a microscope using LEGO bricks! The LEGO microscope is designed to teach optics at the middle and high school level and uses 3D printed parts to hold lenses in place and a cameraphone to display images
Bioprinting is printing with biological materials - 3D printing with squishier ingredients! In a BioCurious community project, we're building our own bioprinter from scavenged CD drives, an inkjet cartridge, and an Arduino.