a blog from the Department of Systems Biology @ Harvard Medical School
September 3, 2010 § Leave a comment
Brian Knep sent me this cool link from IEEE Spectrum. The title says it all:
Computer-Controlled Swarm of Bacteria Builds Tiny Pyramid. (With bricks, not with their own tiny bodies.)
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