Biological Origami: Using Living Cells as Design Tools

Using Living Cells as Design Tools

Team & Collaboration

IAP Course, 2015 Winter, MIT
Sponsor: MIT-SUTD Collaboration Office | MIT Media Lab | Dept. of Chemical Engineering at MIT

Lining Yao - PhD candidate in Media Art and Science
Jifei Ou - PhD candidate in Media Art and Science
Wen Wang - Post-doc. in Chemical Engineering
Chin-Yi Cheng - M.S. Candidate dual in Design Computation and Computer Science
Helene Steiner - M.S. in Industrial Design
Kangjian Qiao - Post-doc. in Chemical Engineering

"Biological Origami: Using Living Cells as Design Tools"
IAP Course, 2015 Winter, MIT
Sponsor: MIT-SUTD Collaboration Office | MIT Media Lab | Dept. of Chemical Engineering at MIT
The course is to explore the tangible biological interface and digital design vision to reach a controllable performance. It provides students with the concepts and tools to design biological origami with living microorganisms. Through the course, synthetic biology, architectural modeling and tangible design are seamlessly integrated together.

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