We make open tools for science education and research. We believe science education and research should be shared freely between educators, learners, and communicators. We work together with schools, teachers, designers, and all sort of geeks to create open-source common resources, creative workshops, classes, or hardware. Check our projects below and join our community! Activities Co-lab workshops Co-lab is a movement, a format of workshop, and a philosophy to achieve interdisciplinary collaboration. We work with universities, NGOs or science labs in all the world to spread this methodology. Open Science in Schools We promote open science culture in high schools making science workshops and work with teachers to develop open content. Together, we also coordinate citizen science projects made by students. DIλ spectrophotometer DIλ is an Open Hardware spectrophotometer, designed to be accurate, easy to modify, and extremely cheap. We achieve this by using LEDs instead of an optical refraction system. Coordination team Ke Fang Co-lab documentation International partnerships Juanma Garcia President Webmaster Alexey Zaytsev DIλ spectro Technical support GNU advocacy Céline Tchao Design Research coordinator Alicia Mansilla OS in schools Guy Aidelberg Open science research Co-lab workshops Adrien Rigobello Co-lab workshops Industrial design Hasnaa Benlafkih Co-lab workshops Architecture Mourdjen Bari Gamification Mobile apps Co-lab workshops Juliette Lenouvel Co-lab workshops Financial oversight Lena Asai Co-lab workshops Interdisciplinary research Liliana Baquero Documentation Interdisciplinary education Vivien Roussel Maker education Co-lab workshops Elina Moraitopulou OS in schools Documentation Anthony Jahn Co-lab workshops Arts and Sciences Advisors and external support Brenda Parker University College London Amodsen Chotia Université Paris Descartes CRI Paris Darja Dubravcic EPFL (Lausanne) bioinspired.epfl.ch Marc Dusseiller Global Hackteria network Imane Baïz Doing it Together Science EU project Luping Xu Open FIESTA Tsinghua University Shneel Malik Biota Lab Barlett School of Architecture Pablo Garcia EPFL CHI camp Vanessa Lorenzo Hackuarium Hybridoa Vincent Dahirel Université Pierre et Marie Curie CRI Paris Colette Matthewman John Innes Centre OpenPlant fund Paolo Bombelli University of Cambridge Public events As our main goal is communication and interaction with society, we have become real experts in organizing events. We made more than 20 workshops, 50 public meetings, 30 classes in high schools in the past year. We also travel and communicate in many international or local events such as: Futur en Seine festival 2015 and 2016 edition (Paris, France) IGEM competition 2014 and 2015 edition (Boston, USA) Synthetic Biology bootcamp 2015 at Biohackspace (London, UK) Global NYC makerfaire and local Paris makerfaire 2014 edition. Gathering for Open Science Hardware 2016 at CERN (Geneva, Switzerland) and 2017 at Universidad Catolica (Santiago, Chile) Click here to check our archive with presentations and open documentation. Partners and funding Contact Open Science School is a community made by people all around the world. Most of us are based in the Center of Research and Interdisciplinarity of Paris, our main support and source of funds. You can contact us on our Facebook page, Twitter account, YouTube channel, or email info [at] openscienceschool [dot] org.