ReSeq: Reuse DNA Sequencers

by kaspar, jmarkham, and bengtsjolen

Lucerne

We want to reuse older DNA sequencers and turn them into advanced instruments for more general scientific research. Help us develop software so everyone can repurpose and avoid wasting these machines.

CHF 10’048

200% of CHF 5’000

"200 %"
This is how it worksä

The «all or nothing» principle applies: The project only receives the funds if the funding target is reached or exceeded.

27 backers

Successfully concluded on 4/5/2019

Getting ReSeq out of hibernationBy kaspar, on 01/09/2021

https://forum.hackteria.org/t/getting-reseq-out-of-hibernation/1371

Project update and poll among COVID-19By kaspar, on 19/05/2020

https://forum.hackteria.org/t/project-update-and-poll-among-covid-19/905

Update before the year’s endBy kaspar, on 04/12/2019

https://forum.hackteria.org/t/update-before-the-years-end/691

Project Kickoff at GaudilabsBy kaspar, on 06/06/2019

Yesterday I arrived back in Luzern and we are now starting work in Gaudilabs. Gaudilabs has expanded meaning we have a dedicated ReSeq Lab.

Read more on the forum: https://forum.hackteria.org/t/project-kickoff-at-gaudilabs/577

96% there!By kaspar, on 29/04/2019

Hi all,

Thanks to a massive jump in donations over last weekend we are now 96% towards our funding goal. It now seems extremely likely that we’ll get there and that your contributions will be match funded by the Gebert Rüf Stiftung through the Science Booster program.

We do need some more contributions to make it over the line so it would be a great help if you reach out to friends for those final donations. Please tell anyone you know that would have an interest in this.

Cheers,

Kaspar