An MIT research team takes one of our biggest biological enemies and recruits it as an expert drug delivery bug in the fight against cancer.
Microscopic artwork shows off the beauty of bacteria and living cells using media such as cancer for artistic expression. And it's kind of gross, too.
This week on Crave we check out a light-based Rube Goldberg machine complete with melting ice, Godzilla gets the 8-bit treatment we have come to love, and the hit song "99 Red Balloons" is performed using red balloons. And also art made with cancer cells and bacteria...yummy! It's time for Crave!
An MIT scientist and a Brazilian artist join forces to create a process that allows them to "paint" self-portraits and more using living cells.
An artist and a scientist team up to make striking patterns, self-portraits, and other paintings using a most unlikely medium, "tiny, tiny living things."
A new study says the bugs growing in our digestive tract might steer us to choose the foods that are best for them, even if they're not best for us.
Bacteria artist Zachery Copfer is creating glowing bacterial art that you can hang in your home.
Researchers at Columbia University say their chip lets them electrochemically image biofilms to "listen to the bacteria as they talk to each other."
Just how good are emojis at communicating complex ideas? Bill Nye the Science Guy explains the theory of evolution with a series of the digital symbols. Smiley face.
A clever microfiber lining does the germ-slaying dirty work.