How engineered materials and machines powered by living biological cells can tackle technological challenges in medicine, agriculture, and global security.
How new biomedical technologies—from prenatal testing to gene-editing techniques—require us to imagine who counts as human and what it means to belong.
Six easy do-it-yourself and experimental projects for anyone with an interest in bio-hacking, by artists and scientists who work in this field.
Quite a successful story this, of a designer collaborating with bio-scientists and “the market”. Van Oers, found a way to generate electricity throu..(read more)
A book about biodesign and the shifting role of the (product) designer. By discovering materials and processes that nature has designed but hasn′t patented..(read more)