This is a continuation of our documentation on developing a turbidity test for the Open Colorimeter. Check out part one below for more background on this project! Measuring turbidity with a modified Open ColorimeterIn this post we describe a prototype right-angle (R/A) cuvette holder for turbidity measurements.Joanne LongIO
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In this post we describe a prototype right-angle (R/A) cuvette holder for turbidity measurements.
For the 2nd in our Spotlight series we are excited to highlight the work of Caminos de Agua. They are a non-profit developing technologies under open-source licenses in partnership with leading research institutions, other non-profits, and members of directly affected communities.
We modified the Open Colorimeter firmware to use athe Adafruit AS7341 multichannel light sensor board.
This week we invited marketing genius and friend Lex Roman of Super Easy Digital to share some thoughts with the community on marketing open hardware
At the end of 2022 we shared a short question survey with our community to learn a little about how and where our customers are using open science instruments and what they would like to see next. This week we are sharing some insights and trends from the survey.
This week we are sharing new updates to the Rodeostat firmware, python library and web app.