Christina Agapakis of Ginkgo Bioworks describes her vision for the future of biotech, how the most amazing computer is actually inside of us and how drawing from the power of biology for human technology is where the real power resides.
Christina discussed the future of biotech at our PSFK 2017 conference
We sat down with Christina Agapakis, Creative Director of Ginkgo Bioworks, who'll be speaking at our PSFK 2017 conference, to discuss positioning biotechnology as the evolution of industrial design
An open-source device developed at Stanford University turns microbiology into an interactive and educational tool
CellF explore the possibilities of creating music and art through bioengineering
In the Russian Space Gecko experiment, a loosely fastened collar turned into a toy as geckos would bat it around the ship until bored
Interactive installation brings Moroccan mosaics and Islamic art to life
This modern bestiary takes its cues from Borges's Book of Imaginary Beings, but this time, the 27 creatures it describes are real.
Selfmade explores the art and science of cheesemaking.
Bertolt Meyer, known as the "Bionic Man" insists commercial interests cannot be trusted to steer humanity.
An alternate way to illuminate a room without using electricity.