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Tekla Labs is having a 3D printing contest!  Tekla Labs is a group at UC Berkeley that works on making laboratory equipment more readily available through DIY, pretty much right up my alley!  I also really love the fact that the winners get to choose between an e-reader and an oscilloscope.  Tekla also made a nice mention of Thingiverse in their post on the contest and I know for a fact that there are already a lot of great designs here directly applicable to forwarding the cause of DIY laboratory science!

If you enter, remember, this isn’t affiliated with Thingiverse, so they won’t see your designs no matter how you tag them– you’ll need to check the contest web page and email your designs straight to them!

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