Friday, January 22, 2010
Bioengineering Grad Student Research Covered by BBC, Published in Nature
The BBC described the UC San Diego findings published this week in the journal Nature highlighting microbial "group blink" that could lead to new kinds of environmental sensors. The work is also a interesting step forward in the world of synthetic biology. A pair of bioengineering graduate students from the Jacobs School of Engineering worked on this project: Tal Danino and Octavio Mondragon.
The original UCSD press release by Kim McDonald is here.
The video is here.
My blog post yesterday about this work is here.