FAB16 x BioLab Recap

Back in August, the BioLab had the pleasure of presenting two separate projects at FAB16 — the international conference of Fab Labs. The presentations are now available online in case you missed or want to revisit them.

Thomas Heinrich gave a workshop on his ongoing research-creation project De Souche, which explores methods for creating biomaterials from invasive plants and embraces site-specific materiality.

Théo Chauvirey and Ann-Louise Davidson presented their kombucha–bacterial cellulose machine, which brings together two fermentation processes that were previously incompatible — and walks you through how to make your own!

To browse and watch any of the other FAB16 workshops, visit their YouTube page.

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