Sascha Peters and Diana Drewes of Haute Innovation Berlin, have written a wonderful book on new materials and processes for designers and architects. In the US you can get it on Amazon. Sascha and Diana have been such great proponents of my work in the last few years, it has been wonderful working with them. […]
SciArt Center & Magazine (subscribe!) has a regular feature about Genspace members. In the current issue I am giving my take on what biodesign might achieve one day.
In anticipation of two upcoming exhibitions in Germany, both curated by Dr. Sascha Peters, Haute Innovation in Berlin have published an article on the algae-powered thermometer. The thermometer will be shown in the “Materials Labyrinth” at BUGA and “Disruptive Materials” at Interzum – at the latter I will also be giving a presentation on my […]
Moss FM will be featured in a reader for school kids with a very cool title: Cyborgs: Pushing Nature’s Boundaries by Amanda Yskamp.
We’re so pleased to announce that we just got an article published on Moss FM and a whole bunch of the research going into plant-MFCs. And even better, all publications of The Royal Society are open and freely accessible until November 6th. Check it out and get the inside scoop on Moss FM. Bombelli P et […]
The second edition of this absolutely beautiful book features Moss FM and is an excellent introduction to bryophytes. Plenty of gorgeous pictures, tipps and tricks will make you fall in love with mosses and their relatives. Here are a few impressions. Miniature Angles in the Plant Kingdom, Second Edition, edited by Fairylake Botanical Gardens, Shenzhen […]
Another great article on Moss FM in Tea after Twelve, a relatively new and promising publication.
Another great article (I wish my Spanish was better).
It’s fair to say that unfortunately it was a slow summer. The good news, however: Moss FM has finally arrived in Switzerland, my country of origin. The Swiss may have a reputation of being unhasty, but I suspect they’re just thorough in everything they do. Therefore big thanks to Eveline Dudda of Freude am Garten.
A slightly blurry picture of the pretty sharp article published in the current issue of The American Scholar. Thanks to Vicki Valosik!