Tag: open source medical chemistry

S1E11 – Mixæl Laufer on open source medical chemistry

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Episode Notes

In this episode I talk with Mixæl Laufer of the Four Thieves Vinegar about their work offering access to medications that are sometimes unavailable. We discuss their work on the epi-pencil, the open source apothecary microlab, aboritificants, naloxone, and other wet chemistry drugs as well as offering some introductory information about how people extract hormones, insulin, and thyroid. We also talk a good deal about what it would mean to live in a world in which access to life-saving and life-improving medicine is actually accessible.

Mixæl Laufer can be found on twitter at https://twitter.com/MichaelSLaufer
The Four Thieves Vinegar Collective can be found online at https://fourthievesvinegar.org/
The open insulin project, referenced in this show, can be found online at https://openinsulin.org/