We highly recommend  checking out this 3D Bioprinting Conferrence. It will take place on the 26th and 27th of January 2016  in Maastricht, Nederlands. The Garage of Complexity will be sending a crew there! ”The conference is of interest for any person involved in health care innovation, from surgeon to biomedical engineer, from researcher to dentist and […]

Another step forward has been taken. We are closer to the real personalized 3D liver model that is to be of use during the laparoscopic oncology surgeries. On Thursday (November 26), a group of us – Sonia, Jan, Grzegorz, Artur and Maciej – have met at the Garage’s room to prepare the models of vessels […]

This Thursday (19/11), the group coordinating the 3D printing for pre-surgical planning project gathered at the Garage to solve a few issues, work on the CT scans and prepare a plan for the next few weeks. Piotr, Grzegorz, Maciej and Janek were: altering our 3D printer settings to improve calibration and precision of printouts experimenting with the […]

On Friday (6.11.2015) we arranged an informal evening meeting which was attended by Kuba, Grzegorz, Artur and Maciek. We mostly worked with cheapduinos microcontrolers.We: checked the connection of cheapduinos to the computers; soldered a battery port and attached a temperature detector to one of the microcontrolers; wrote a program to measure temperature; Maciek talked with […]

Here is what happened: Kuba, the coordinator of the Garage of Complexity opened the meeting. Artur and Kasia talked about their experiences at the Life Science Open Space Krakow 2015 which they attended with Sonia. Their participation was funded by the Garage of Complexity. Prof. Maciej Nowak explained our new formal status as a part […]

The brand new Garage of Complexity website beta version has been deployed! Now you can learn about us and submit a project proposal online. The portal has an intranet (for GoC members) with the following capabilities: forum, chat, wiki, to do lists, groups, blogging. Hope you will find it informative and useful!