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...biology, science and design—designers using biology to “grow” art forms, as MIT Media Lab’s Neri Oxman has done with her Silk Pavilion, a giant structure woven entirely by silk worms...
...long-term goal is to integrate biology into a new kind of architectural environment, and thereby the city,” organizers write. For more from Bompas & Parr, see our post on Alcoholic...
...immortal,” cofounder Gil Blander, biology PhD and former MIT research scientist, told Elle. “But some just want to lose weight; some want to sleep better.” In November, a group of...
...to design microorganisms. There’s a new field in design called synthetic microbiology. There is also all of this new scientific research is coming out that is identifying the fact that...
...start to combine sensor technology with nanotechnology with synthetic biology, [you gain] the ability to basically sense an organ that might be in distress or failing, or even like postmyocardial...
...niche product before branching out. -As GMO labeling controversies rage, FoodNavigator-USA.com looks at where products made using synthetic biology will fit in the mix. –The New York Times explores the...
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