Biofabricate

Fashion

These Beautiful Silk Scarves Were Created With Bacteria

Move over shibori, Studio Natsai Audrey makes sustainable pigments with non-pathogenic bacteria.
Beckett Mufson
1.2.17
Science

The Guy Behind Long-Delayed Glowing Plants Kickstarter Wants to Sell You Moss

Antony Evans still hasn’t shipped any glow-in-the-dark plants, but he wants you to trust him on his new product.
Madison Margolin
11.29.16
videos

Get Ready for the Easy Bake Oven of Homemade Body Parts

Co-founder Andrew Pelling has already grown human ear cells on top of apples.
Samantha Cole
11.28.16
FBI

Why Is The FBI Reaching Out To Student Bioengineers?

America's top investigative agency is looking to stop bioterror before it happens.
Alexandra Ossola
11.28.16
Amsterdam

Welcome to the Biohackers’ Paradise

The Waag Society's vision is to inform people of the risks and possibilities of biotech by letting them try it themselves.
Alexandra Ossola
11.25.16
videos

The New Adidas Are Made From Lab-Grown Spider Silk

The Futurecraft Biofabric will be 100 percent biodegradable, according to the apparel company.
Samantha Cole
11.25.16
Mode

In de toekomst is het mogelijk om kleding te dragen van je eigen DNA

De ontwerpster heeft in Groot-Brittannië al patent voor het proces aangevraagd.
Samantha Cole
11.24.16
Fashion

Would You Wear Fashion Made From Your Own DNA?

Tina Gorjanc's 'Pure Human Project' examines a future where we can grow human leather.
Samantha Cole
11.23.16
Art

An Artist Who Uses DNA to Make Life-Like Masks Is Wary of Cops Doing the Same

Heather Dewey-Hagborg said the limits of phenotyping are cause for concern when it's used by law enforcement.
Kaleigh Rogers
11.18.16
Culture

The Field of Synthetic Biology Runs on Speculative Fiction

Scientists who are working on bioengineering techniques must realize that their work speculates a future where their breakthroughs will be embraced by society.
Jason Koebler
11.18.16
Fashion

Seaweed Could Help Clean Up Our Dirty Garment Industry

Fashion and clothing is one of the least sustainable industries in the world. Could these biofabrics be the answer?
Ankita Rao
11.18.16
bacteria

Armpit Bacteria Transplants Could Save Us From Our Stink

Chris Callewaert, aka ‘Dr. Armpit,’ studies the microbiome’s relationship to body odor.
Kaleigh Rogers
11.17.16
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