• Dosemagen, S., Liboiron, M. & Molloy, J., (2017). Gathering for Open Science Hardware 2016. Journal of Open Hardware. 1(1), p.4. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/joh.5
  • Dryden, M.D., Fobel, R., Fobel, C. and Wheeler, A.R., 2017. Upon the Shoulders of Giants: Open-Source Hardware and Software in Analytical Chemistry. Analytical Chemistry, 89(8), pp.4330-4338. DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.7b004851
  • Sardelis, Stephanie, Samantha Oester, and Max Liboiron. “Ten Strategies to Reduce Gender Inequality at Scientific Conferences.” Frontiers in Marine Science 4 (2017): 231. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2017.00231
  • Wylie, Sara, Nick Shapiro, and Max Liboiron. “Making and Doing Politics Through Grassroots Scientific Research on the Energy and Petrochemical Industries.” Engaging Science, Technology, and Society 3 (2017): 393-425. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17351/ests2017.134
  • Wagoner, Maya M. Technology against technocracy: toward design strategies for critical community technology. Diss. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017.
  • Murillo, L.F.R. & Wenzel, T., (2017). Welcome to the Journal of Open Hardware. Journal of Open Hardware. 1(1), p.1. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/joh.3
  • Nuñez, I., Matute, T., Herrera, R., Keymer, J., Marzullo, T., Rudge, T., & Federici, F. (2017). Low cost and open source multi-fluorescence imaging system for teaching and research in biology and bioengineering. PloS one, 12(11), e0187163. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.01871631


  • Molloy, J. (2017, November 23). BBC Inside Science on BBC Radio 4. (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09fj9n8)
  • The Economist (2017, December 19). Do-it-yourself Science is taking off. (https://goo.gl/CqSUkt)
  • GOSH, un movimiento de hardware libre para el acceso a herramientas cientificas. Telam. https://goo.gl/sT62H6
  • Liboiron, M. & Molloy, J., (2017). We need to break science out of its ivory tower — here’s one way to do this. The Conversation [online]. (https://goo.gl/bNRWz8)
  • Chagas, A.M., Liboiron, M., Molloy, J., Garcia Arcos, J.M., and Warren, J., Gathering for Open Science Hardware 2017: building a movement. PLOS Blogs. [online]. (https://goo.gl/jhM2pn)
  • van den Boom, F. Santiago de Chile, capital of the Global network for Open Science Hardware. Makery [online]. (https://goo.gl/qtXYK3)
  • Urs Gaudenz, Barbara Kummler, Stijn Ossevoort, Open Factory – Agil Entlang Der Wertschöpfungskette (2017) [online]. (https://goo.gl/kaJnk9 )
  • Jorge Appiah “Open Science Hardware: A tool for propelling Africa’s innovation and Development” en Medium (https://goo.gl/yBsAh9 )
  • “By GOSH, it’s Global Open Science Hardware!” HackSpace Magazine (https://goo.gl/bKULc4)

Websites (blogs, institutos, etc):


  • Digital Social Innovation Toolkit (Online)
  • Sage Assembly 2017: Mapping Open Research Ecosystems (Seattle, US)
  • Global Community Biotechnology Summit (MIT Media Lab, US)
  • Maker Faire Xi’an
  • Viritual Institute of Responsible Innovation Annual Meeting (Arizona State University, US)
  • New Scientist Live (ExCEL Centre, London, UK).
  • Hardware Científico Abierto y Tecnologías Libres, en CiACiAr2017. (https://goo.gl/XMMeXb)
  • OpenCon 2017, Berlin (https://goo.gl/F6RoGa)
  • 32° National Women Encounter in October 2017 – Argentina, in the Science & Technology sessions. (https://goo.gl/sHcYA2)


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