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Workshops and research
printing and dyeing with bacteria
- my previous research: bacteria, mycelium, herbs and color plants, algae, and more to dye with / see also colorlab
- invited lecturers (ev. Christina Stadlbauer / Vanessa Lorenzo / Jasna Dimitrovska
- https://vlorenzolana.myportfolio.com/biofilia-urbana (work with bacteria)
- Wetenschappers creëren Mona Lisa, Albert Einstein en Charles Darwin met bacteriën - https://elifesciences.org/articles/36608/figures - elife-36608-v1.pdf
forbes pigment collection
Faber Futures and Ginkgo Bioworks worked together to create a pigment extract of S.coelicolor to donate to the Forbes Pigment Collection.
Bacteria and Art: Creation, Deterioration, and Preservation
Slime Mould Collective: The Slime Mould Collective is a portal for interesting, progressive and ground breaking research and creative practice working with the simple yet intelligent organisms.
facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/slimoco/
Working with living material / transformations, metabolic actions.
Creations knowledge, bacterial quarum sensing, biofilms.
Natural processes, raising awareness about non-human p.o.v.
Aesthetical aspects of the process, political aspects (collaboration, alternatives, out of the box, …)
https://www.sohnkitchen.com/ferment/ - fermentation and probiotica
research on propolis
The composition of propolis varies from hive to hive, from district to district, and from season to season. Normally it is dark brown in color, but it can be found in green, red, black and white hues, depending on the sources of resin found in the particular hive area. Detailed analyses show that the chemical composition of propolis varies considerably from region to region along with the vegetation. In northern temperate climates, for example, bees collect resins from trees, such as poplars and conifers (the biological role of resin in trees is to seal wounds and defend against bacteria, fungi and insects). “Typical” northern temperate propolis has approximately 50 constituents, primarily resins and vegetable balsams (50%), waxes (30%), essential oils (10%), and pollen (5%).
the power of algae
algae hydrogen kit
kunsthuid: Een slimme combinatie van flexibele elektronica en zelfherstellende materialen⇒ een kunstmatige huid. flexibele elektronica en draadloze sensoren.
mother's hand taste: effects on the taste of fermented food.
DNA bouwen met gemodifieerd enzym
microbiologie / enzymen
pdf wild fermentation
conference Non-Human agents
biolab gent biolab gent
open wetLab Amsterdam
Emerging technologies in -omics/bioinformatics
OPEN PLATFORM FOR ARTISTIC RESEARCH INTO LIVING SYSTEMS - art/science space from Kapellica gallery
elsacker_fonds wetenschappelijk onderzoek
agar plates and strikes
Dr. Katrin Hammerschmidt (WIKO biologie workshop, Kiel Germany)
Microbial mat from an undersea volcano
seaweed and eucalyptus as primary materia
seaweed as material
http://news.algaeworld.org/phee-co-founder-stavros-tsompanidis-has-given-dead-seaweed-a-new-lease-of-[[life/|algae worls, news]]