3D Printing Using Genetically Modified Bacteria and Orange Juice

Biohacking is the next big thing, and while it’s still fairly quiet right now, there’s a grown segment of the maker movement that is talking about it and getting on and doing something.
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London Biohackspace

London Biohackspace from Alasdair Allan on Vimeo.

Interview with Ilya Levantis from the London Biohackspace about the JuicyPrint—a 3d printer that can be fed with fruit juice and can be used to print out useful shapes made of bacterial cellulose, a strong and exceptionally versatile biopolymer.
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