Join us for our April GOSH Community Call, featuring presentations from AfricaOSH-GOSH liaison Abdoul Kafid Toko (@TOKO) on open science hardware practices and potentialities for Africa, and from GOSH community member Michael Lynn (@mtlynn) on the Rotoforge project!
Presentation 1: Open science hardware practices and potentialities for Africa Presented by Abdoul Kafid Toko
We want to discuss our ongoing systematic review on open science hardware practices and potentialities for Africa. Our project aims to conduct a systematic review of the literature that focuses on the analysis of open science hardware practices in Africa. The findings of this review will demonstrate the effectiveness of open science hardware initiatives in Africa.
Presentation 1: The Rotoforge project Presented by Michael Lynn
An open source desktop 3D printer for heterogeneous printing of metals, plastics and ceramics. Michael is a PhD student with a small community of people helping him in the development of the Rotoforge project.
Thanks to those who were able to join us for our monthly community call. It was another great call, with some super interesting presentations and great discussion! For those who couldn’t make it, I am sharing the notes and recordings from the call below: