An open laboratory, greenhouse and kitchen for prototyping with biological matter and materials at Roskilde University.
BioFabLab RUC is the biological part of Fablab RUC. We set up the BioFabLab facilities to be able to prototype with living matter, and combine this with electronics, digital fabrication, robots and coding. We build experimental installations and work with wild-type strains fungi, bacteria, insects and aquaponics, water treatment plants and biomaterials.
The BioFabLab consists of, a kitchen laboratory, a greenhouse and a classical chemistry / biology laboratory. (see labs & equipment here)
If you want to use the facilitates or get support for a project don't hesitate to get in touch.
Contact & Support
- write: fablab @ ruc .dk or drop by during the opening hours of the fablab
- The fablab staff will get you started and if special biology support is needed we will connect you to our student assistants, biofablab staff or researcher
See the presentation of the biofablab, projects or photos below.
- General BioFabLab Presentation / slideshow
- More about the biofablab
- Our Photo Album, Do join and upload cool photos
Research & Services
Our work consist of assisting with the development of living prototypes:
a) Supporting student projects on all educations at RUC.
b) Assisting private individuals
c) Supporting academic research
d) Teaching, through workshops, courses and course development.
e) advising entrepreneurs, startups and companies
Read more about how we help:
- Read our "Start Here" page and drop by on an open day.
- Academic staff at RUC, nationally and internationally
- Industri and public sector both established companies and start-ups.
Our main themes of work are:
- Introduction to biology & Ecology
- Open source hardware for science and labs
- Biodesign & Ecosystem design principles that suport design or creative proccesses across diciplines
- How to grow everything
- Citizen Science / DIY Research: (getting the knowledge in scientific papers out, through the questions of the general citizens form their everyday life)
Photos by mmborch, unless otherwise noted