Topic “Smell”

Synthetic Aesthetics Seminar: Form Follow Evolution, Function or Fashion? - admin - 3.11.10

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Synthetic Aesthetics Seminar: Form Follow Evolution, Function or Fashion?

Exploring Collaborations between Synthetic Biology, Art & Design 

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"Selfmade" human cheese at Grow Your Own… Life After Nature - admin - 9.4.14

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"Selfmade" human cheese at Grow Your Own… Life After Nature

Christina Agapakis and Sissel Tolaas' "Selfmade" project, featuring a selection of human cheeses, was exhibited at the Grow Your Own... Life After Nature at the Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland (October 25 2013 to January 19 2014). The public were invited to open fridges containing the cheeses, and smell the individual microbial portraits for themselves.

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UdK Award for Sissel Tolaas and Christina Agapakis - admin - 19.9.12

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UdK Award for Sissel Tolaas and Christina Agapakis

Synthetic Aesthetics Residents Christina Agapakis and Sissel Tolaas won an award from UdK, the Universität der Künste, Berlin for their art and science collaboration on human body cheese. Congratulations to our residents for their continuing collaboration!

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A culture of cheese - Sissel Tolaas at the World Science Festival - admin - 18.11.11

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A culture of cheese - Sissel Tolaas at the World Science Festival

Sissel Tolaas was a speaker at the World Science Festival in New York in June, discussing her Synthetic Aesthetics collaboration with Christina Agapakis. Sissel says, "Smell is one of those senses where context can play a huge role. A fine cheese and a dirty foot share the same molecular smells, yet one is a delicacy and other is repulsive."

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Cheese Smell Adventure - christina.agapakis - 30.10.10

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Cheese Smell Adventure

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"This is basic science that's really, really interesting because if bacteria can really smell, that's something unexpected."

Bacteria sniff each other out

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