Bacteria engineered to produce living, full-colour photographs
Lasts for yearsFelice FrankelBy Andy CoghlanBlind gut bacteria have received the gift of colour vision – of sorts. The bugs can use their new skill to make living photocopies of colourful pictures shone onto their colony. “These images last a while,” says Christopher Voigt at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has had some on the wall in...
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