WORKSHOP: opensourcing DNA Damage testing

DIT (do it together) micronucleus testing, where participants are paired up to assess their baseline levels of DNA damage and help each other analyse results. Anyone can participate by collecting cells with toothbrushes, staining and observing them. The challenge is to make sure to count enough cells for statistical analysis. Can we understand better how the choices we make influence our health, and risks associated with?

Rachel Aronoff (Hackuarium, an open biolab in Renens, Switzerland)