title: DIYBio at FAU FabLab
description: Living document of the DIYBio-project at FAU FabLab
tags: DIYBio, open wetlab, FAU FabLab
This document shall be a living document (thus updated with the evolving workshop) of the DIYBio-workshop-series.
In order to get in contact with us, you can write to our mailing-list at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Add here the projects from last session.
The website [Open Labware](https://open-labware.net/) has some interesting projects.
The website of [Gaudi-Labs](http://www.gaudi.ch/GaudiLabs/?page_id=19) also has very interesting projects. Apart from generic lab equipment, they build microfluid systems (mostly droplet-based like the [OpenDrop v2](http://www.gaudi.ch/OpenDrop/?p=17)), laser-scanning microscopes, and laser-based optical traps.
The [list on the hackteria-wiki](https://hackteria.org/wiki/Generic_Lab_Equipment#BioHack_Academy) is also a great resource.
### Microliter pipettes
#### Syringe-based design
Test results published, seems to work great.
Project on [Biological-Microsystems-Laboratory/micropipette](https://github.com/Biological-Microsystems-Laboratory/micropipette)
Published a paper on BiorRxiv: [https://doi.org/10.1101/109231](https://doi.org/10.1101/109231)
3D-printed and based on a biro.
Files on [Thingiverse](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:255519), more information [here](https://open-labware.net/projects/biropettes/).
### Pump for microfluidics
We could write a tech-report on the projects that we create or on the implementation of the DIYBio wetlab, if things get going.
As publishing-platform we could use Zenodo.
Possible papers to cite:
* Pipette: https://doi.org/10.1101/109231
* FabLab: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.890727
* Open Labware: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.1002086