'Biology hackers' create laboratory in New York City
A group of researchers has created the first community-run biology laboratory in New York City.
The lab is an effort to provide a home for amateur scientists, as well as professionals looking for a space away from academia and business.
The co-founder of Genspace says it is "crucial that this lab exists" in order to foster creativity in the sciences.
The BBC's Matt Danzico visited the Brooklyn facility, which originally opened in late 2010, at a building home to a range of professionals ranging from designers to pastry chefs.