Every now and then a project turns up that makes us blink hard and wonder what on earth we’ve started with this Raspberry Pi thing. This is one of them. Dana Lewis has Type 1 Diabetes, which she’s had to deal with since she was 14. In Type 1 Diabetes, the pancreas doesn’t produce enough … Continue reading →
If you’re unlucky enough to have required precise, timed doses of drugs through an IV in hospital; or if you’ve worked in a lab where controlled amounts of chemicals have needed to be added to an experiment on schedule, you’ll be intimately familiar with syringe pumps. They look like this. And they’re expensive. The one in … Continue reading →
Liz: Today’s guest post comes from Matt Hall at UCL. Call me easily impressed, but blimey, this is good. Thank you Matt! There’s no denying that people are doing some pretty amazing things with their Raspis. Touch screens, different OS’s, robots – this little beastie is certainly adaptable. When I unwrapped mine on Christmas morning … Continue reading →