See below for a list of suppliers and learning resources. Anything missing? These lists are maintained on Github where anyone can add or edit this list – see contributing for more information.



Supplier More information Ships Internationally US-based Yes US-based Yes Australia-based No Worldwide Depends on seller UK-based Yes UK-based Yes UK-based Yes

3D Printing

Supplier More information Ships Internationally Based in New Zealand No - only Australia and New Zealand US-based Yes US-based Yes US-based Yes



Resource Description From the creators of the Raspberry Pi, lots of information and links to various resources, communities, D etc. Homepage for the Arduino micro-controller with lots of learning resources and information. Sparkfun are an online electronics supplier but they also provide excellent tutorials on all things electronics from the basics (circuits, soldering etc) up to robot building. Another electronics supplier that provide excellent tutorials on a range of electronics topics. And another Electronics resources with a focus on kids (thank you Eliza from Lyndhurst STEM Club for Girls in New Jersey)

3D printing

Resource Description Tinkercad is a wonderfully simply and easy to use online CAD editor that you can use to create 3D models for printing. They have a stack of short tutorials that help you to quickly get up to speed using their webware. Tinkercad was created by a company called Autodesk who also provide excellent desktop CAD software. There's much more of a learning curve here than tinkercad so if you're new to 3D modelling stick with Tinkercad. SketchUp is another good CAD program, but again there's quite a learning curve you've got to get through before diving into anything too complex.

Plant Physiology

Resource Description Great online resource for protocols in measuring a range of plant ecophysiology


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Captured by Chris @ the Brodribb Lab. This is the sequence before processing. Large sequence (~9MB) - may need to wait for it to load to run smoothly.