How to build a tiny, light, and easy to use protein synthesizer

How to build a tiny, light, and easy to use protein synthesizer

How to make a protein synthesiser using a Raspberry Pi 2.0-powered microcontroller, an open source firmware, and some DIY electronics.

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Tags linux,raspberry pi,rpi2,raspbian,microcontroller source The Guardian title The Raspberry Pi is here to stay article Raspberry Pi hardware: What you need to know, and how to get started with the Raspberry Pi2.0 board.

Posted by Techradar on November 18, 2018 10:28:17 Comments (1)

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