The BioArt competition to celebrate the launch of PhenoBooth+ sparked creative microbiologists around the world.
Thank you to all of the labs that entered their BioArt.
Singer Instruments are pleased to announce the shortlist as follows:
- Horse and Cat by Erik Rodriguez, The George Washington University
- Microbes in Paris and Ada Lovelace by Rhizome Association
- ContiCollection by Hans-Peter Schmitz, University of Osnabrück
- Research in Microbiology: From Earth to the Great Unknown by Jean-Philippe Côté, The University of Sherbrooke
- FluoroPac and Pacmembert by Amritpal Singh, Imperial College Centre for Synthetic Biology
- E.coli-Rangoli by Balaram Khamari, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning
- Sunset at Cold Spring Harbor by Elena Ivanova, Institute of Molecular Biology, Mainz
- Pinky the gorgi by Kaveh Emami, Newcastle University
- Having fun with the Stinger and fluorescent yeasts by Matthias Meurer, Center for Molecular Biology at Heidelberg University
- Fractal by Marcus Walker, Imperial College Centre for Synthetic Biology
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- Harry Singer – Singer Instruments’ Managing Director and Physicist, did art at school for a bit
- Leo Davey – An award-winning, professional artist, keen to explore BioArt
- Grant Brown – Molecular Biologist, Professor at University of Toronto, enjoys teaching BioArt at Summer schools
- Ben Pollard – Software Manager, with no discernible talent for art, programmed the PhenoBooth+
- Jose Aguiar-Cervera – PhD student and PhenoBooth+ user who loves yeast
- Leah Ashley – Synthetic Biologist and Singer Instruments’ Asia-Pacific Manager, has a GCSE in art – don’t ask for her grade
The judging has now been held, stay tuned to see who the lucky winner is!
Which is your favourite plate?
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