Group of attendees putting together an object from Alquimetricos at GOSH 2022

News and Updates

Check out the documentation from these regional events
Throughout 2022, several open science hardware events have taken place across the globe, as part of the GOSH Community's regional events funding program. Organizers have been sharing documentation of their events, in the form of videos, reports, images, and more - you can check them out here!

Stay tuned: Open Hardware Literature Review
Several GOSH community members are working on an open hardware literature review as part of the GOSH 2022 Research and Policy Writing Workshops. Over the next few months, they will be looking for contributers to participate in a series of short calls to coordinate each section. Stay tuned to this thread for more!

GOSH Community Council Meeting Summary
You can read the most recent GOSH Community Council meeting summary here. All meeting summaries can be found in the Council News category on the GOSH forum, and you can access an archive of older meeting notes here.

Upcoming Events

Photo of a group of attendees preparing for a tour of the jungle in Panamá

Community programming will resume in January!

The GOSH community calls and welcome calls will resume in January, 2023! 

Be notified of future GOSH community calls by filling out the form on this page.
Be notified of future GOSH welcome calls by filling out the form on this page.


Open Climate seeks seven (7) mid career professionals for the 2023 Open Climate Fellowship ProgramCall open until December 11, 2022

Call for Proposals: International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Meetings and Courses. Deadline: 28 Feb 2023

HardwareX has issued a Special Issue on Open Source Decarbonization for a Sustainable World. Submission deadline: April 28th, 2023

The call for proposals for 2023 Open Hardware Summit is open! Deadline: Friday, December 16, 2022

Subcontract call: Mechanical engineering person for micropipette design. 

Complete the annual State of Conservation Technology survey conducted by

Join the Research Data Alliance (RDA) interest group. This interest group aims to collaborate with the OH community (GOSH, OSHWA), scientific research projects involving OH (Open.Make, OPENNEXT), maker communities, and the RDA community to facilitate open discussions on FAIR principles for research hardware.

Become a member of AfricaOSH! AfricaOSH is a community for all open science enthusiasts, makers, creators, students, innovators, policy makers, government institutions, makerspaces, researchers etc. in Africa and the global south. Join AfricaOSH by clicking here, or signing up to the AfricaOSH whatsapp group!

Seeed Studio’s Tech4Good Bounty Program is an all-year-round open source hardware sponsorship for carbon neutrality, environmental conservation, and other SDG projects.

Join the open hardware research community, an open and collaborative group of researchers studying the socioeconomic aspects of open hardware practice.

Job Opening: Tenure-Track faculty position at Purdue University in digital agriculture! Review of applications will begin on December 10, 2022.

Open Ephys is looking for a hands-on electrical engineer for firmware development, electronic board design, integration with custom ASICs, testing, and quality control.

Call for abstracts for a conference focused on “Connecting Science Education with Cultural Heritage”. Deadline: January 31, 2023

Applications Now Open for NISO Plus 2023 Scholarship Program! Deadline to apply December 5, 2022.

Postdoctoral Research Position: Work with The University of Notre Dame and the Open Environmental Data Project (OEDP) on the #SEEKCommons project. Deadline to apply December 11, 11:59 PM Eastern Time.

Call for Submissions: Exploring the Open Source Hardware Commons & Incubating the Global-to-Local Commons - XIX Biennial IASC Conference - Nairobi, 2023. Deadline December 12.

OSHWA is offering ten Open Hardware Fellowships to members of the community which includes a $500 stipend and entrance to the Open Hardware Summit. You can apply here.

The deadline to apply for the fellowship is December 22nd at 11 PM EDT.

A GOSH Community member is looking for C++ programmers with at least one year of experience in the language. Find out more here.

Curated by GOSH Community Members

Photo of GOSH 2022 attendee preparing a camera trap in the jungle of Panamá

Each month, we like to feature new and relevant open science hardware papers and projects, specially chosen by GOSH community members!

Recently Published Articles on Open Science Hardware:
Low-cost Assistive Technologies for Disabled People Using Open-Source Hardware and Software: A Systematic Literature Review; Authors include GOSH Forum member Joshua M. Pearce (@jpearce)

Open Science Hardware for Environmental Monitoring (Blog Series)Authors include GOSH Forum members Shannon Dosemagen (@shannond), Alison Parker (@alisonjparker), Katie Hoeberling (@khoeberling), Julieta Arancio (@jarancio), Brianna Johns (@briannaljohns), Pen-Yuan Hsing (@hpy), and Juan Pedro Maestre (@juanpedro.maestre).

Design of an open source ultra low cost insulin pump

Integrating machine learning, remote sensing and citizen science to create an early warning system for biodiversity

New Open Science Hardware Projects and Initiatives:
v7.0.0-beta1 of the OpenFlexure MicroscopeMembers include GOSH Forum member Julian Stirling (@julianstirling)

Kasveista, a project that aims to produce open source seeds for vertical farming.

Photo of a 3D printer using plastic filament at GOSH 2022

Have a paper, presentation or project you would like to share? Click here!

Get Involved

Photo of a camera trap opened up at GOSH 2022
Join the GOSH Forum

The GOSH Forum is the place to meet GOSHers all over the world, learn about regional open science hardware communities, and find out more about upcoming GOSH events.

New to GOSH? Check out our Welcome Guide which highlights key aspects of GOSH, including events, communication channels, publications, and other resources.

Sign up to the GOSH Newsletter

Follow GOSH on Twitter, Flickr, MediumInstagramFacebookLinkedIn and Youtube
Content in this newsletter is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0, unless otherwise stated. Images are from the GOSH Community Flickr and are in the public domain.
Want to unsubscribe? Let us know by sending an email here.