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News
Feb 26, 2010
Citizen science is an exciting new trend that increases the size and scope of scientific analysis, widens participation, and draws ordinary people into debate and research.

MakerCulture: Dr. Everyman

Carrie Simmons
Maria Ionova and Jess Brady
Citizen science is an exciting new trend that increases the size and scope of scientific analysis, widens participation, and draws ordinary people into debate and research.
Podcast
Feb 19, 2010

Episode Six - MEdia

Maker Culture
In this episode, we get our hands around all types of home brewed media—from books to music.
News
Feb 19, 2010
What drives people to get out the ink and paper or turn up the speakers and press record? Why does it matter? The Maker Culture team hear from people adding their own flavour to the media mix.

Maker Culture: Home-brewed media tastes sweet

Daniela DiStefano
Brittany Seki
Lauren O’Neil
Isabella Ssozi
Laura Schober
What drives people to get out the ink and paper or turn up the speakers and press record? Why does it matter? The Maker Culture team hear from people adding their own flavour to the media mix.
News
Feb 12, 2010

Making change from the bottom-up

Conal Pierse
Andrea Damiano
Shannon Kelley
Katie Atkinson
Alana Power
What happens when the political becomes personal? Then who has the power? The latest story in the MakerCulture series explores this issue.
Photos
Jan 29, 2010

History in the making

rabble staff
Journalism students from the University of Western Ontario piece together the history of Maker Culture.
News
Jan 29, 2010

History in the making

Anna Delaney
James Jackson
Marika Motawalla
Joel Tiller
What used to be a necessity is now a lifestyle. When people build, sew and bake they are making a conscious choice to return to their maker roots. Here are the stories of some modern day makers.
News
Jan 22, 2010

3D printers: The ultimate makers

Christian Bergmeister
Geoff Turner
Matt Lundy
Mike Kennedy
Three dimensional printing allows a user to make or print, anything they can design -- functional prototypes, concept models and even human organs.

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