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Recent Events

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 19:00 JST

Pino Heye: Shibuya Gawa Monster

BioClub Tokyo

In this Artist Talk, Pino will take you on a journey to uncover the almost forgotten Shibuya River. We will discuss what the river truly represents, with all its complexities, and imagine ways to approach it with empathy to transform it from an urban hazard into an ally that has a positive impact on the city.

Tuesday, May 14, 2024 19:00 JST

Georg Tremmel / BCL: Artist Talk: - Genome Editing & GABA Tomatoes

BioClub Tokyo

In this Artist Talk, Georg will talk about his practice as BCL and about the projects and technical developments leading up to the CRISPR Tomato Project.

Tuesday, May 7, 2024 19:00 JST

Kumavis: Hackerspaces, Protocols & Security - Kumavis Self Introduction

BioClub Tokyo

Kumavis will introduce his background with hackerspaces in Tokyo and San Francisco, as well as his research on peer-to-peer applications and javascript software supplychain security. Kumavis is a founder and software engineer with a focus on software security and secure protocol design.

Tuesday, March 19, 2024 19:00 JST

Georg Tremmel: BioClub Tokyo - Past, Present & Future

BioClub Tokyo

Georg Tremmel will give an overview of the orgins, history, present and future of BioClub Tokyo. We will take a look back and the amazing events that happened (and are happening) at BioClub, and look at potential & possible future for BioClub. Please also join us after the talk for a small get-together and party!

Wednesday, March 6, 2024 18:30 JST

Eleonora Ortolani: Guity Flavours

BioClub Tokyo

In collaboration with BioClub Tokyo, FabCafe is hosting a lecture and exhibition tour alongside Multidisciplinary Artist and Material Designer, Eleonora Ortolani. You will get a chance to hear a deeper discussion on her award-winning Guilty Flavours project and even smell the actual vanillin made from PET plastic!

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 19:00 JST

Mikael Hwang: The Joys and Complications of Creating Living Musical Instruments

BioClub Tokyo

Mikael Hwang/Psients is a scientist-turned-artist exploring the intersection of biology, sound, and music by creating art that incorporates biological sources. His work centers around developing and performing alongside a new class of 'living' instruments to meditate on agency, speciesism, and our relationships with manipulated living systems.

Saturday, February 17, 2024 17:00 JST

Alexander Lex: Data Visualization for the Life Sciences

BioClub Tokyo

Interactive data visualization is an important part of the data science process, especially in the life sciences. Visualization enables analysts to directly interact with the data, exploring it with minimal effort. Alexander Lex will demonstrate the value of visualization for set data, as is commonly used in genomics and cancer microscopy data.

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 00:00 JST

How to Grow (Almost) Anything at BioClub Tokyo

BioClub Tokyo

BioClub will participate in How to Grow (Almost) Anything 2024. If you are interested in the cutting edge of bioengineering and synthetic biology, this is the course for you!

Tuesday, February 6, 2024 19:00 JST

How to use the BioClub Lab

BioClub Tokyo

Learn how you can use the BioClub Lab for your art, design and science projects, and what kind of biosafety rules and regulation you will have to follow to keep everyone save.

Tuesday, January 30, 2024 19:00 JST

Ekaterina Kormilitsyna: CBA/MIT Research Trip - How to Try Alot of Almost Anything

BioClub Tokyo

Ekaterina Kormilitsyna will talk about her research visit to the Center for Bits and Atoms at MIT and about her ongoing and future research.

Tuesday, January 23, 2024 19:00 JST

Christine Marizzi: Data to Action - How BioBus Drives Community Science and Education

BioClub Tokyo

BioBus brings science to the people! We support the local community to explore science and answer the research questions that matter to them. In this talk I will present several examples of BioBus's community science initiatives, and discuss how we support the next generation of problem solvers.

Tuesday, January 16, 2024 20:00 JST

Soyo Lee: Anthropocene and Solid Waste - Exploring the Heterogeneity of Municipal Landfills in South Korea

BioClub Tokyo

Korean Artist and Researcher Soyo Lee will present her latest work exploring the notion of the Anthropocene through excavation and analysis of municipal landfills in South Korea.

Tuesday, January 16, 2024 19:00 JST

Yukako Tanaka: Fluctuating Being – Now and in the Future

BioClub Tokyo

Throughout my practice, I have explored the theme of 'existence' since the early stages, contemplating and researching what it means to 'be'. As part of this exploration, I've been thinking about human evolution. After the pandemic, the fluctuation between physical and virtual experiences has accelerated. In our current state, how can we understand and interpret our own existence?

Saturday, January 13, 2024 15:00 JST

How to Grow (Almost) Anything 2024 - Info Session

BioClub Tokyo

How to Grow (Almost) Anything (HTGAA) - is a global distributed course in Synthetic Biology, taught by the experts in field, including George Church, Joe Jacobson, Patrick Boyle, Drew Endy, Manu Prakash, Neri Oxman and many others. David Kong is kindly opening up the lectures to the global audience, and with the help of Global TAs (Teaching Assistants), Global Committed Listeners are also challenged to complete the course and homework.

Tuesday, December 19, 2023 19:00 JST

New Lab Manager and Bonenkai (Part 1)

BioClub Tokyo

Weekly BioClub Meeting. Everyone is welcome.

  • This week will hear from the new lab manager some suggestions on how to organize the lab. We also want to hear your ideas!

Also, we make the BioClub Bonenkai (Part 1).

Tuesday, November 14, 2023 19:00 JST

Antti Tenetz: Artist Talk: Antti Tenetz - Finnish BioArt Resident 2023

BioClub Tokyo

This year's Artist-in-Resident for the Finnish BioArt Residency at BioClub Tokyo is Antti Tenetz. Please join us in welcoming Antti to BioClub Tokyo.

Tuesday, September 5, 2023 19:00 JST

Weed Day (Tiffany Lay and Zo Lin): Contemporary Foraging

BioClub Tokyo

Weed Day will talk about their artistic practice and about contemporary foraging in today's age.

Monday, September 4, 2023 19:00 JST

Aaro Murphy: Volatile Memory – E-noses and Smell Sampling

BioClub Tokyo

An artist talk to introduce a new speculative film Finnish artist Aaro Murphy is making exploring electronic noses and ways in which they might assimilate into our urban fabric. The talk is a continuation of The Tokyo Arts & Science research residency hosted by BioClub Tokyo, The Finnish Institute in Japan and BioArt Society Finland, in October 2022.