DIYBIO - Microbial fuel cell 101
Wednesday, January 25, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (GMT)
Manchester, United Kingdom
The evening of the 25th January is a DIYbio fuel cell special, where we'll be building and comparing an array of microbe-powered batteries with the help of MMU's Dr. Trish Linton who also ran the fuel cell session at the DIYbio Summit back in October. Along the way we'll be trying to answer some crucial microbe-y questions:
- How do microbial fuel cells actually work?
- Which part of the Northern Quarter has the hardest working soil bacteria?
- Who would win in a tug of war? Brewers' yeast or the instant stuff out of a packet?
- Will microbes fuel the future? When will my car have a composter rather than a fuel tank?
When & Where
MadLab (Manchester Digital Laboratory)
MadLab is a community space for people who want to do and make interesting stuff - a place for geeks, artists, designers, illustrators, hackers, tinkerers, innovators and idle dreamers; an autonomous R&D laboratory and a release valve for Manchester's creative communities.