Maker Faire

Maker Faire is an event created by Make magazine to "celebrate arts, crafts, engineering, science projects and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset".

Read more about Maker Faire:  Flagship Faires, Mini Maker Faires and Other Events

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DIYbio - Relation To Other Open Source Groups
... It appears that the group is gearing up to enter the 1st Annual World Maker Faire in New York on September 25 and 26, 2010 at the New York Hall of Science ... Maker Faire, first held in 2006, is a fair that brings together science, art, craft, engineering, and music in a fun, energized, and exciting public forum ... DIYbio was featured at a table in Newcastle Maker Faire in March, 2010, with DNA extraction experiments and projects involving isolation of luminescent bacteria being demonstrated or given away ...
Mini Maker Faires and Other Events - Related Events
... Maker Faire Africa is a similar event, not run by Make magazine ... It took place 2009 in Accra, Ghana 2010 in Nairobi, Kenya 2011 in Cairo, Egypt ...
Newcastle Science Fest
... The highlight of the week was the first Maker Faire event in the UK, which was held at the Centre for Life and Discovery Museum on the 14 and 15 March ... In 2010, ScienceFest saw the return of Maker Faire – the world’s premier event for DIY technology and craft, ScienceFest After Dark – a series of late night, adult only events ... Already established and popular in the US and Japan, Maker Faire celebrates the Do-It- Yourself mindset, and showcases some extraordinary projects by professional and amateur makers ...

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