At this evening meeting in London on Thursday 20 June we have two talks, with a total of five speakers looking at makerspace. We last looked at this topic in April 2015, and in the intervening time the maker movement has evolved often, but not always, for the better.
This is a joint meeting with the UK Open Source Hardware User Group.
Dr Jenny Molloy, Tony Naggs and Anne-Pia Marty of Biomakespace Cambridge will talk on setting up and running a maker space for interdisciplinary work covering both technology and natural science.
Dr Laura James, co-founder of Cambridge Makerspace and Adrian McEwen, founder of DoES Liverpool will provide a critical review of maker spaces and their role in wider society.
Full details, including how to register are on the events page.