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Nascimento, S., Alexandre Pólvora, Balestrini, M., Seiz, G., Capron, G., Van Boheemen, P....Betten, W. (2016). Thinking and Acting with Open and DIT Science and Technology: From Participatory Sensing to Biohacking Experiments. 4S/EASST Conference.
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S. F. Nascimento et al.,  "Thinking and Acting with Open and DIT Science and Technology: From Participatory Sensing to Biohacking Experiments", in 4S/EASST Conf., 2016
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@misc{nascimento2016_1618735427544,
	author = "Nascimento, S. and Alexandre Pólvora and Balestrini, M. and Seiz, G. and Capron, G. and Van Boheemen, P. and Betten, W.",
	title = "Thinking and Acting with Open and DIT Science and Technology: From Participatory Sensing to Biohacking Experiments",
	year = "2016",
	howpublished = "Outro",
	url = "http://www.nomadit.co.uk/easst/easst_4s2016/panels.php5?PanelID=4541"
}
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TY  - CPAPER
TI  - Thinking and Acting with Open and DIT Science and Technology: From Participatory Sensing to Biohacking Experiments
T2  - 4S/EASST Conference
AU  - Nascimento, S.
AU  - Alexandre Pólvora
AU  - Balestrini, M.
AU  - Seiz, G.
AU  - Capron, G.
AU  - Van Boheemen, P.
AU  - Betten, W.
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://www.nomadit.co.uk/easst/easst_4s2016/panels.php5?PanelID=4541
AB  - This Session will consist of two participatory hands-on showcases (90 minutes each; no formal paper presentations), with focus on new transdisciplinary collaborative frameworks and active engagements of non traditional actors and communities in science and technology. The first will focus on Smart Citizen (SC), an open source environmental monitoring platform that comprises a sensor kit, an online platform for data visualisation and sharing, an open API, and a mobile app. The showcase will be structured around a neighborhood tour from Fab Lab Barcelona to the conference venue, with assignment and demonstration of SC kits for experimentation, and debates about new collective forms of data gathering, visualization, and use, to the social, cultural and political impacts that these practices may have at micro and macroscopic levels. The second activity will focus on an open source Do It Together (DIT) laboratory setting developed at Waag Society's Open Wetlab. It will offer a biohacking experience where participants will perform biochemistry and evolutionary engineering experiments using DIT tools such as spectrometers, microscopes and bioreactors. The discussion will focus on how science and technology are becoming accessible through new means, and the ways through which biohacking communities may lead alternative knowledge production schemes while offering both critical reflections and concrete innovation pathways. Our goal is to stimulate a discussion on the role of STS in these new contexts, engaging a broad range of participants in the debate as they experience DIT and open source tools in bottom-up and community-led science and technology initiatives.
ER  -