Binomica Labs is a small biology research group located in New York City, founded by amateur researchers exploring an alternative to the exposure-driven, marketing-centric culture seen among existing communities and initiatives involving amateur and nontraditional researchers.
Our collaborative research projects are designed and executed with the goal that they are always:
Small, Thoughtful, Science
The three main goals in practice translate to exploring an open and free-as-in-freedom approach to amateur and nontraditional laboratory research, and emphasizing independent and thoughtful observation of nature, leading to practical experiments built on a solid scientific foundation.
As an organization, we believe in the potential of the amateur and nontraditional sciences to be a meaningful path toward independent scientific inquiries, capable of contributing to the collective knowledge of our society.
We support the idea of scientific research as an inherently collaborative and continuous process toward a more accurate vision of truth. Its nature mandates good faith communication of research and feedback among the researchers, made possible through universal access to research and their processes and acknowledging previous bodies of study in detail whenever possible.
Would you like to join the practice of independent, well-thought-out amateur or nontraditional scientific research following in the footsteps of Antoine van Leeuwenhoek, Charles Darwin, Gregor Mendel, and Felix d’Herelle, among many others?
The Binomica labs research group does not seek membership. We hope for propagation of an idea – that of small and thoughtful science carried out in the manner and means practical for the individual researcher, published and communicated to the community of like-minded peers for feedback and improvement in cycles of an endless journey.
If you have any questions, requests, or accounts of your independent research you’d like to communicate, please feel free to contact us anytime at
INFO @ BINOMICA LABS DOT ORG
If you’d like to contribute any resources for our research projects or the upkeep of our laboratory, please feel free to check our Patreon.