So this is it! 40+ countries and counting in this project (I see it more as a movement in the advancement of science!)
I live in USA on the Navajo Indian Reservation. I am hoping to bring innovation and technologocal advancement to some of the poorest regions of America.
I’m just remembering that I sent out a couple of microscopes out with a contact at
PAGEANT back when I was based in Cambridge, to The Gambia. We can probably colour that one in too
Very cool - do keep us posted with what you are doing
@r.w.bowman I’ll add The Gambia, but I’m waiting for @j.stirling to post about one we’ve been waiting for…
Co-Labs in Melbourne have let me know that they have built OpenFlexures in Australia!
Israel here, just finished building OFM
I hope that you are enjoying using it
Hello, were just finished building OFM in Colombia.
@atomic_mushy that is cool. There is plenty of help around on this Forum if you have any questions when you get using it.
A screenshot of a video from DinaCon2022 in Sri Lanka. A microscope with a display built into a peli case!
Good timing, we just “officially” released the finalized verion of the guide on archive… and we are celebrating tonite with an evening of tuak and soil microscopy.
We are presenting it tonite, 19:00 CEST at another european wide indo biolab online call. see info
Yes, also in Spanish, and working on Japanese and Indonesian versions too!
There is a page on different microscopes that can be used. Of course the openflexure is in there… i personally think though for m…
I hadn’t noticed
@dusjagr mentioned Indonesia!
Also Nigeria and Sudan announced via twitter:
Welcome to the forum
Does anyone have contact with people in Latin America who use OpenFlexure for research or education? I want to invite them to share their experiences in our next LIBRE hub workshop in Chile, where we will assemble motorized OpenFlexure
@nanocastro and @pcremades to be available on Nov 23.
If it’s possible to participate virtually, I will be glad to join. Just let me know!