Mediamatic.net – Bio-me

August 25, 2014

Bio-me, celebrates designing with organisms. Mediamatic presents Bio-me, a 3-day symposium and festival that celebrates designing with organisms. Join us for talks, workshops, presentations, tastings and more.

Bio-me functions as a broad bio-cultural lab within the city of Amsterdam. By inviting artist, designers, engineers, architects, scientist, farmers, chefs and the public, Bio-me aims to create a shared knowledge environment and production space to investigate the social, technological and cultural implications and potential of Fungal and Bio-based materials through art, architecture and design.

Source: www.mediamatic.net

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Scientists have developed a tiny implant, no bigger than a pinhead, which sits inside the cornea and slightly increases its curvature, to allow the eye to focus again

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk

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New York regenerative medicine startup EpiBone’s tagline is apt: “Grow your own bone.” It uses a patient’s own stem cells to create transplantable, highly personalized bone grafts, going after a 900,000-strong market of patients that need some variety of bone graft to treat, say, severe bone trauma, growth defects or genetic disorders.

Source: medcitynews.com

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Designer Sammy Jobbins Wells has stretched material made by bacteria over structural frames to create a set of wearable objects.

Source: www.dezeen.com

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Personalized medical devices for young adults improve the chances of treatment success.

Source: www.psfk.com

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A neck injury inspired Andrew Lee McConnell to develop this wearable protective brace concept that could help prevent impact-related injuries.

Source: www.dezeen.com

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With robots made from sausage-stuffers in the barn and follies in the fields, Grymsdyke Farm is the ideal place for students to experiment with new technologies and local materials. Its creators explain why every village needs a robot

Source: www.theguardian.com

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