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Work september 12, 2012

Photographs Of Famous Scientist Developed Using Bacteria [Pics]

Bio-artist Zachary Copfer creates amazing dot-matrix-like images using micro-organisms.

Innovation july 12, 2012

Antibacterial Toothpaste Will Provide A Guaranteed Cavity-Free Mouth

A lab-created molecule kills off the bacteria that causes tooth decay.

Innovation june 19, 2012

Are Hotel Rooms Crawling With Bacteria? [Headlines]

An experiment of surfaces in rented rooms finds television remotes to be among the most heavily contaminated with microorganisms.

Technology may 18, 2012

Charge A Laptop By Typing On It

Scientist discover a harmless virus that converts movements into electrical energy letting users power their computers by using them.

Innovation may 18, 2012

Momofuku Restaurant Plans To Introduce Mold & Bacteria To Its Menu

David Chang's popular string of restos collaborates with a Harvard microbiologist to discover unique microbe ingredients.

Home february 7, 2012

Make Sushi Safe Forever With Bacteria-Killing Plasma Torches

Food safety researchers conduct a proof-of-concept study by treating uncooked poultry and other foods.

Technology january 6, 2012

Researchers Create ‘Neon Lights’ Using Fluorescent Bacteria

The "biopixels" in this living display can be made to glow in unison and have potential uses in medical research.

october 31, 2011

Mom On Anti-Bacteria Crusade Banned From 8 McDonald’s Restaurants [Headlines]

An Arizona mother has been banned from eight McDonald's restaurants where she repeatedly swabbed play areas for bacteria.

Travel september 17, 2011

Need To Know: 10 Must Read Posts Of The Week Vol. 8

A Bing Initiative: A weekly round-up of the top ten most popular posts on PSFK--from culture to technology, art to business this list has it all.

Design & Architecture september 17, 2011

Film Promoted With A Bacteria-Infested Billboard [Video]

Warner Bros. uses a billboard made with live mold to promote its latest thriller film, Contagion.

Work may 5, 2011

Poetry Written By Bacteria

A scientist-poet has produced a new work of poetry in collaboration with naturally replicating bacteria.

Sustainability april 19, 2011

Tea, Sugar & Kombucha Bacteria Makes Guilt-Free Leather

BioCouture have been investigating microbial cellulose hoping to 'to literally grow a dress in a vat of liquid.'

Advertising april 13, 2011

And The Unfit Shall Inherit The Earth

New scientific findings challenge the theory of evolution and could have massive impact for how we consider resource consumption and biodiversity in the future.

Work february 7, 2011

Bacteria Will Replace Your Hardrive

One gram of bacteria could store the same amount of information as 450, 2,000-gigabyte hard disks.


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