I'm a bit curious though as to whether or not they should have an IRB or some sort of rules about what types of experiments can go on there...
Here's a list of the equipment available today:
pipettes, pipette tips, realtime PCR machine, OpenPCR PCR machine, incubator, shaking water bath, vortexers, gel electrophoresis boxes.
If you don't have an experiment in mind, we have lots of awesome classes where you can do things like sequence your own DNA and make glowing cells: http://meetup.com/biocurious
But this is a pretty large project.
 http://www.uky.edu/Ag/Horsemap/ (I think)
Another example: you don't want someone sequencing a person's genome without approval. (It's probably not as big of a risk here as it would be to a place like 23andme, but they should still probably try to cover themselves).
Edit: It looks like they've had some of these same discussions on their mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/biocurious/browse_thread/thre...