27 May 2015 | 19:00

Science Hack Stammtisch

This Wednesday 27 May, starting from 19.00, we're hosting the Science Hack Stammtisch at Spektrum. It’s a great opportunity to join the Berlin Science Hacking community to share and discuss science-inspired passion projects, citizen science, diy experiments, and awesome science hacks. This free night is part of a new monthly series of events organised by the Science Hack Day Berlin group: you can sign up and find more information on their Meetup page.

Who is this Stammtisch for?
Whether you’re a seasoned science hacker or a newbie who just wants to find out more about science hacking, you should come. The most important thing is that you want to make stuff and that you ♥ science REALLY BAD. This Stammtisch is going to be especially cool for people who consider themselves to be developers, designers, coders, engineers, artists, makers, inventors, hackers, all kinds of scientists and your classic all-rounder enthusiastic renaissance types.

What will happen?
The evening is very informal and loosely structured to be open for anyone to present their projects, ask questions, contribute comments, share favourite finds from the last month, hang out, meet cool people etc. If you want to present a hack or project make sure you bring whatever you need to do that. We’ll have a beamer but we’re not making any promises about adapters.