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Non-Human Rhythms 2015

Non-Human Rhythms 2015

Non-Human Rhythms is a series of live acts featuring different micro-organism and their bio-electrical activity translated into a sound process. During 2015 we recorded 3 different albums featuring Physarum Polycephalum, Geobacters and Algae. We want to share our recordings so feel free to download and listen. Live recorded with the Energy Bending Lab using two...
Cultivation of an Obligate Fe(II)-Oxidizing Lithoautotrophic Bacterium Using Electrodes

Cultivation of an Obligate Fe(II)-Oxidizing Lithoautotrophic Bacterium Using Electrodes

Neutrophilic obligate Fe(II)-oxidizing bacteria (FeOB) are prevalent throughout the world in both marine and fresh- water environments, and these microbes play a direct role in the global iron cycle (1).
Meet the electric life forms that live on pure energy

Meet the electric life forms that live on pure energy

Unlike any other life on Earth, these extraordinary bacteria use energy in its purest form – they eat and breathe electrons – and they are everywhere. Via New Scientist
Residency @ Cimatics _  Circadian biology to Analog sound synthesis

Residency @ Cimatics _ Circadian biology to Analog sound synthesis

Since an oscillator is the simplest clock generation source creating a single output frequency from a single component (1) at the core of all circadian clocks is at least one internal autonomous circadian oscillator .

Cooperative behaviour in bacteria

Genetic circuits: Bacterial 'FM radio' created

Genetic circuits: Bacterial ‘FM radio’ created

Programming living cells offers the prospect of harnessing sophisticated biological machinery for transformative applications in energy, agriculture, water remediation and medicine. Inspired by engineering, researchers in the emerging field of synthetic biology have designed a tool box of small genetic components that act as intracellular switches, logic gates, counters and oscillators. But scientists have found...