Bacterial Oscillators
Bacterial Oscillators
Bacteria make Mexican waves
Bacteria make Mexican waves
Entrained bacterial oscillators
Entrained bacterial oscillators
The Bacterial "Supernova" Experiment.
The Bacterial "Supernova" Experiment.
The "Supernova" Experiment (high-res)
The "Supernova" Experiment (high-res)
Synchronized Genetic Clocks
Synchronized Genetic Clocks
Bacterial "Biopixels"
Bacterial "Biopixels"
Cancer Cells TimeLapse
Cancer Cells TimeLapse
Vik Muniz and Tal Danino's "Colonies" | Turning Living Cells Into Art
Vik Muniz and Tal Danino's "Colonies" | Turning Living Cells Into Art
Synthetic Biology Explained
Synthetic Biology Explained
Bio Flash Mob at MIT
Bio Flash Mob at MIT
The Human DNA Chain
The Human DNA Chain
Guile Theme goes with Everything - Blinking Bacteria
Guile Theme goes with Everything - Blinking Bacteria
Bacterial Supernova - 2013 Image Award Winner
Bacterial Supernova - 2013 Image Award Winner
Tal Danino: Programming bacteria to detect cancer (and maybe treat it)
Tal Danino: Programming bacteria to detect cancer (and maybe treat it)
Fluorescent Fabrication
Fluorescent Fabrication
MIT Visiting Artists Program
MIT Visiting Artists Program
For More:  See Cool Science Videos
For More: See Cool Science Videos
Bacterial OscillatorsIn this video, Stricker et. al engineered a single bacteria to produce oscillations of a fluorescent green protein (GFP).  This design was a precursor to building a version of the genetic clock which is synchronized across a population of bacteria (my Ph.D. work).  Taken from "A fast, robust, and tunable synthetic gene oscillator" Nature 2008. 
Bacteria make Mexican wavesNature produced this video on our work in constructing a synchronized genetic clock in E.coli.  Taken from Danino et al. Nature 2010
Entrained bacterial oscillatorsSingle bacterial oscillators driven by a periodic sugar signal (red).  This study modeled the way cell circadian rhythms behave at the single-cell level when driven by an external force.  Taken from Mondragon et al. Science 2011
The Bacterial "Supernova" Experiment.What we've called "The Supernova Experiment" and one of my favorite timelapse movie of bacteria growing in 3-dimensions with a synchronized genetic clock design. Taken from Danino, et al. Nature 2010
The "Supernova" Experiment (high-res)What we've called "The Supernova Experiment" and one of my favorite timelapse movie of bacteria growing in 3-dimensions with a synchronized genetic clock design. Taken from Danino, et al. Nature 2010
Synchronized Genetic ClocksA National Institute of Health (NIH) video on our engineered E.coli clock designs.
Bacterial "Biopixels"A UCSD produced video on the use of synchronized colonies of bacteria we call "biopixels" as sensitive detectors of contaminants.  From Prindle et al. Nature 2011 
Cancer Cells TimeLapse
Vik Muniz and Tal Danino's "Colonies" | Turning Living Cells Into Art
Synthetic Biology ExplainedThe best introduction to Synthetic Biology I have seen out there
Bio Flash Mob at MITOn April 26, 2012, 200 Boston-area students, MIT scientists and local community members came together to make cutting-edge cancer research come to life in the Bio Flash Mob. This event was organized for the Cambridge Science Festival by the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT.  I helped organize and directed videography for this video (as well as the Human DNA Strand in 2013).
The Human DNA Chain
Guile Theme goes with Everything - Blinking Bacteria
Bacterial Supernova - 2013 Image Award Winner
Tal Danino: Programming bacteria to detect cancer (and maybe treat it)
Fluorescent Fabrication
MIT Visiting Artists Program
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