Posts Tagged: bacteria

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Nurit Bar-Shai and Nils Kesler – Sound to Shape

link   Objectivity [tentative]: Sound to Shape from the soundscapes series Including an opening evening event The soundscapes series is part of a body of work “Objectivity [tentative]”, which explores the intersection of art science and technology. The protagonist, a

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Nurit Bar-Shai and Nils Kesler – Sound to Shape

link   Objectivity [tentative]: Sound to Shape from the soundscapes series Including an opening evening event The soundscapes series is part of a body of work “Objectivity [tentative]”, which explores the intersection of art science and technology. The protagonist, a

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Microbial Art

ESHEL BEN-JACOB‘s web site ————- Eshel Ben-Jacob Prof. Eshel Ben-Jacob is Maguy-Glass Chair in Physics of Complex Systems in the School of Physics and Astronomy, Tel Aviv University, Israel. These images are part of a series of remarkable patterns that bacteria

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Microbial Art

ESHEL BEN-JACOB‘s web site ————- Eshel Ben-Jacob Prof. Eshel Ben-Jacob is Maguy-Glass Chair in Physics of Complex Systems in the School of Physics and Astronomy, Tel Aviv University, Israel. These images are part of a series of remarkable patterns that bacteria

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Bacteria Growth ( tutorial )

Galloping Bacteria – Bacillus Species growth – Time lapse Time-Lapse of Bacillus cereus growing Streak-Plate Method (Amrita University)

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Bacteria Growth ( tutorial )

Galloping Bacteria – Bacillus Species growth – Time lapse Time-Lapse of Bacillus cereus growing Streak-Plate Method (Amrita University)

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用綠茶種出生物時裝 Grow your own clothes

Link Suzanne Lee in the TED2011 Fellows guide “I’m also creating new bacterial-cellulose composite swatches looking at eco-substrates like hemp. This month I’m teaching an exciting project exploring systems and synthetic biology to postgraduate textile and industrial design students alongside

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用綠茶種出生物時裝 Grow your own clothes

Link Suzanne Lee in the TED2011 Fellows guide “I’m also creating new bacterial-cellulose composite swatches looking at eco-substrates like hemp. This month I’m teaching an exciting project exploring systems and synthetic biology to postgraduate textile and industrial design students alongside

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The Kernels of Chimaera – Living Artefacts

Link   “Living Artefacts” is a project by Stefan Schwabe, a student of Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art. Stefan is exploring the subject of “natural” and “artificial” by using bacterial cellulose(細菌纖維素) to harvest(收穫) artefacts. It is during these

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The Kernels of Chimaera – Living Artefacts

Link   “Living Artefacts” is a project by Stefan Schwabe, a student of Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art. Stefan is exploring the subject of “natural” and “artificial” by using bacterial cellulose(細菌纖維素) to harvest(收穫) artefacts. It is during these

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UT HelloWorld

Link The 2004 UT Austin team chose to design and build a biofilm that could perform distributed edge detection on a light-encoded image. In theory, each cell in a lawn of bacteria would update its state in response to light

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UT HelloWorld

Link The 2004 UT Austin team chose to design and build a biofilm that could perform distributed edge detection on a light-encoded image. In theory, each cell in a lawn of bacteria would update its state in response to light