Co-Founder of OpenROV, a community of DIY ocean explorers and makers of low-cost underwater robots. Author of Zero to Maker. And on Twitter!
Amateur scientists are shaking up mainstream science.
The tools for citizen science and exploration are getting good. As they continue to empower amateurs, who makes the rules...
In what ways can citizen explorers be useful for science? The tools are getting better, but the methods and techniques...
It's always been the rule benders and breakers who push the boundaries of possibility. And the current surge of amateurism...
In true maker fashion, a group of DIY explorers begin their expedition to the Sea of Cortez. Adventure, insight and...
Makers are moving out of the garage and into the physical and natural worlds. Who makes the rules in this...
As much as the headlines like to focus on 3D printing, robots, and new manufacturing companies, there's actually a more...
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