Bacteria

12.30.15
The prose at the end of the universe
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The prose at the end of the universe

Programming 'indestructible' bacteria to write poetry.

By A. Souppouris,   12.30.15
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11.26.15
NASA to test sugary bacteria as space-based power source
11.26.15

NASA to test sugary bacteria as space-based power source

A pair of genetically modified bacteria species could eventually feed Martian explorers.

By A. Tarantola,   11.26.15
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11.23.15
This 'Plant Lamp' uses bacteria to generate electricity
11.23.15

This 'Plant Lamp' uses bacteria to generate electricity

Researchers in Peru have figured out how to use plants to make electricity

By S. Buckley,   11.23.15
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10.23.15
ICYMI: Driving fails, global warming bacteria fix and more
10.23.15

ICYMI: Driving fails, global warming bacteria fix and more

Today's ICYMI, otherwise known as the video of voice command assist for drivers failing real hard.

By K. Davis,   10.23.15
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09.03.15
Just add water and this squid-inspired plastic heals itself
09.03.15

Just add water and this squid-inspired plastic heals itself

This might make you think twice next time you order calamari.

By T. Seppala,   09.03.15
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08.28.15
Researchers make a living circuit out of bacteria
08.28.15

Researchers make a living circuit out of bacteria

That's one way to figure out how bacteria work together

By A. Tarantola,   08.28.15
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06.10.15
Bacteria-powered folding batteries could power paper biosensors
06.10.15

Bacteria-powered folding batteries could power paper biosensors

We've seen flexible displays for some time now, and engineers at Binghamton University developed a...

By B. Steele,   06.10.15
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06.01.15
Agar.io brings massively multiplayer games to the petri dish
06.01.15

Agar.io brings massively multiplayer games to the petri dish

Most massively multiplayer online games take place in epic fantasy worlds or the distant future, b...

By J. Fingas,   06.01.15
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05.11.15
Researchers show you can be uniquely identified by your bacteria
05.11.15

Researchers show you can be uniquely identified by your bacteria

The bacteria on and inside of your body, also known as your microbiome, could be another sort of f...

By D. Hardawar,   05.11.15
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