Biotech sneakers created with MIT Design Lab use reactive microorganisms to personalize performance for the wearer
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.
A startup company between Bayer and Ginkgo Bioworks plan to focus on developing crops to not require a nitrogen fertilizer in their soil
Christina discussed the future of biotech at our PSFK 2017 conference
A California-based biotech startup wants to get lab-grown fish on the market to combat the world's environmental problem of overfishing
Made from a fabric developed at MIT, the garments rely on bacteria to optimize cooling when the wearer is active
Keynote speakers at PSFK's annual conference discuss innovation with purpose in fields as diverse as global addressing, fitness and biotech
The Futurecraft Biofabric prototype has an upper made of 100 percent Biosteel fiber