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Welcome GOSH 2016!
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##Welcome address by Markus Nordberg, Director of Ideasquare
##Keynote: Javier Serrano, CERN
## Goals for GOSH/intro of days by organizing committee
## Get to know each other exercise
## Grand Challenges Part I
### Fundamental science – Rafael Peretti Pezzi, UFRGS
Most people don't really care about the definition of open hardware - they just want to know how to do it
There was a definition of principles - reproducibility should be a tenet of science and open hardware.
What can be called free and open source software?
- Using Arduino is not enough
- Raspberry Pi not open
Are we doing good work in documentation?
- How to identify/evaluate properly open projects?
- Peer review of sources/project documentation
Free software has a foundation and a collaborating community - how is the infrastructure for open hardware?
Need free design tools
Full-featured CAD for 3D mechanical design
Want to be able to go to a school with no internet access with Linux USB sticks and start 3D design and printing lessons
Low-cost digital manufacturing machines
Rafael wants to think about hyperobject like hypertext - completely hackable and linkable
Has created a DIY-friendly and enterprise friendly open hardware
Qs - CAD software
### Health & Medicine – Ivana Gadjanski, BioIRC
Access to biomedical technologies is a challenge in many resource-poor settings but also in industrialised countries
Lots of the same advantages
3D printing is very relevant for biomedical field for customisation to patients
Certifcation and peer review is very important
International Academies are having negative comments about open biotechnology e.g. open synthetic biology
Where could open hardware in biomedical/bioengineering go?
- Open source biomaterials (Pelling Lab)
- Open source bioprinter
Funding of clinical studies is a particular challenge without IP - may requre philanthropic donations.
Funding is difficult in Serbia - only 0.35% GDP for science not recommended 1%
Building fablab and open hardware
Grant application for Biotech Fab Lab
Grand Challenges Part II
### Science education – Suresh, Karkhana
### Humanitarian & Development – David Ott, Global Humanitarian Lab
### Environment & Ecology – Gretchen Gehrke, PublicLab
## Keynote from Sean Bonner, Safecast
## Developer Heroes Journeys
### Greg Gage, Backyard Brains
### Lena Asai, Low-cost photospectrometer for milk in India
### Joe Bailey, Open AFM
## References about the educational value on building your own scientific instruments
Beyond Black Boxes: Bringing Transparency and Aesthetics Back to Scientific Investigation
Thx to Francois' reference to Seymour Papert!