Hackerspaces are becoming centers of liberal arts in Asia: NUS Prof

Tech In Asia

This was an interview with Assistant Professor Denisa Kera from the Department of Communications and New Media at the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, who follows and supports science community labs and alternative R&D places (Hackerspaces, FabLabs) across the world with a special focus on DIYbio movements, consumer genomics and various citizen science projects.  She shared about her involvement with the open source science movement, her recent projects, her thoughts on the hackerspace movement and also suggested areas of improvement in the R&D and entrepreneur ecosystem in Singapore.

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