I would like to get an idea of what skills we can contribute to biohack, whether it be professional skills, or skills you obtained from "winging it" - it doesn't matter.
- Some experience in bacterial genetics
- Some experience in Chemistry labs ( First year college stuff)
- Ability to reach a large group of people (via University)
- Access to academic information (power-points, mainly) on biology (which may expand to include more subjects)
- Access to college educated individuals willing to contribute
In the process of learning -
- Human genetics
- Mat Lab programing
- Integral and Vector calculus, differential equations
- Mechanical Engineering
I know, not spectacular, but I am working on it
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