Quora Challenge

Over the next 30 days I’ll answer an answer on Quora every day. My friend Matt Inouye did it and so can I!

Posted January 24th

Day 1: How many base pairs of DNA can I synthesize for 1 dollar?
Day 2: What is DNA Synthesis?
Day 3: 
What is it like to join an iGEM Team?

Day 4: How do you create a maker/hacker space?

Day 5: What are some best practices developing for hackerspaces
Day 6: What is the best approach for building a home DIYbio lab for a newbie?
Day 7: How do pianos, synthesizers, controllers, and electric keyboards compare?
Day 8: Dale Chihuly: Does Dale Chihuly teach classes or workshops? (Jan 31)
Day 9: Guitars: What’s a good starter guitar for a beginner? (Feb 1)
Day 10: BASIS (device): How does BASIS detect heart rate without a chest strap?
Day 11: BASIS (device): What are odds that BASIS (mybasis.com) is a vaporware? Why it can be one and why not?
Day 12: What are tips for improving my ability to sightread music on the piano?

Day 13: Acoustic Guitar: How do I play music which I can hear in my head on the guitar?

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Considering:

 

http://www.quora.com/What-could-one-do-with-ones-entire-genome-sequence

http://www.quora.com/Synthetic-Biology/What-is-it-like-to-join-a-DIYBio-group

http://www.quora.com/Biology-1/What-is-the-best-approach-to-building-a-home-DIYBio-Synthetic-Biology-lab-for-a-newbie

http://www.quora.com/Synthetic-Biology/What-are-the-best-value-equipment-materials-to-buy-for-synthetic-biology

http://www.quora.com/Synthetic-Biology/Whats-new-in-synthetic-biology

http://www.quora.com/Hackerspaces/What-are-some-hacker-labs-that-arent-concerned-with-being-part-of-an-accelerator-or-business-in-San-Francisco-Bay-Area

http://www.quora.com/Biohacking/Will-humanity-ever-have-the-ability-to-revive-extinct-species

http://www.quora.com/Why-can-PCR-not-identify-unknown-species

http://www.quora.com/What-is-Polymerase-Chain-Reaction-PCR

http://www.quora.com/If-you-had-a-PCR-Polymerase-Chain-Reaction-machine-plus-reagents-basic-equipment-what-would-you-do-with-it

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Tito Jankowski lives in San Francisco. He's a public speaker, biotech hacker, and post-hydrocarbon expert. He is the co-founder of Impossible Labs, expediting the post-hydrocarbon economy through partnerships between startups and Fortune 500 corporations. Find him on LinkedIn. Email Tito at blog@titojankowski.comPublic PGP key. PGP Fingerprint: 5A4F 4C5C E8B7 20C3 2867 9100 C56C 881F 13AE 02D7 EFF Guide to PGP Security

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