How would you design nature?
Synthetic Biology is a new approach to engineering biology. By applying engineering principles to the complexity of living systems, scientists and engineers are making biology a new material for design.
Wendell Lim + Will Carey
Industrial Design / tangibles
Fernan Federici + David Benjamin
modularity / environment
Sheref Mansy + Sascha Pohflepp
Protocells / critical design
Hideo Iwasaki + Oron Catts
Mariana Leguia + Chris Chafe
Christina Agapakis + Sissel Tolaas
symbiosis / smell
Update: Synthetic Aesthetics in Biodesign for the BioeconomyWhen the UK’s new Strategic Plan for UK synthetic biology, Biodesign for the Bioeconomy, was published earlier this month we were pleased that the Synthetic A...
Letter to the Synthetic Biology Leadership Council
Synthetic Aesthetics Friday Late at the V&A
V&A Friday Late – Synthetic Aesthetics!
"Biogenic Timestamp" at Ars Electronica, Austria and Japan
"Selfmade" human cheese at Grow Your Own… Life After Nature
"Packaging That Creates Its Contents" in Paris
"Biocomputation" in Paris and Rotterdam
The Synthetic Aesthetics book published
Seeking aesthetic experience in the practice of science
Conversations about Synthetic Biology
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