A symbiotic structure that incorporates slime mold into reclaimed electronic waste.
Following the success of the first Imaging Microscopy workshop held in the lab a year ago, we are offering this workshop again to all interested Milieux members. Register with Marc Beaulieu at email@example.com
Biomaterials research applied to fashion
Faculty research into a speculative future where biogas fuels the world
PhD student research that explores our relationships to microbes in consumption practices and in laboratory settings.
MDes student research into the use of mycelium (mushroom roots) as a new sustainable alternative to fiberglass in metro cars.
Collaborative slime mold research + educational outreach activities.
“Studio implies creativity, and Lab implies experimentation. Both connote research. We think and do in the rehearsal hall, the clinic, the design atelier, the playground, and even ‘the street.’ How does naming a space “a lab” change how and what we do inside?” Read the full article by Maya Hey on Milieux Institute’s Pause Button…
A PhD student’s mini-ethnographic study of the Speculative Life Lab.
This five-week summer atelier was offered in the bio lab to researchers across Milieux, and to students and alumni from Concordia, UQAM and UdeM.
Do-it-together Incubator Workshop is a chance to learn how to hack electronic components from disused PCs and muck them together with other new components to build functional incubators for bacterial culture! In the 3 hour session we will work in teams to design and build 3 separate incubators for use in the lab. All materials…
A BFA student project that uncovers the hidden microbes in everyday environments