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January 19, 2010

Micro-Picasso

devadutta @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1263945571 ) Play

Biologists getting creative. What are these art-forms called? Or tell us where they are “drawn”

This is by a very famous scientist. It is one of the first in this type of art.

This one is just awesome

These are other cool examples

Cracked by: udupendra , Gurupad , adiS , Raghuvansh , Logik , madhur , Rogi , shenoyvarun86 , krudebox , Dibyo , Aditya , Anubhav , sidsen , akhi , Chinmaya U.Holla , shrik and Abinaya

Answer:

Microbial art on petri dishes

The first one was churned out by Alexander Fleming himslef


18 Responses to “Micro-Picasso”

  1. udupendra
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    Germ paintings


  2. Bacteria


  3. adiS

    microbial art


  4. Raghuvansh
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    Germ paintings. First one is by Alexander Fleming.


  5. Logik
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    artwork on bacteria.

    microbialart. first one is by Mr.penicillin.


  6. madhur
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    on bioluminescent bacteria


  7. Rogi
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    It seems to go by many names. But the basic concept is art using agar as a medium. It’s done via introduction of various bacteria, fungi, et.al.
    Microbial art?


  8. Microbial Art,artworks created using living bacteria,fungi, and protists;in agar jelly


  9. krudebox
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    Microbial Art


  10. Dibyo
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    microbial art, created using living bacteria, fungi etc. the first one is by fleming.


  11. Bacterial art.


  12. Also, er, why don’t I feature in the month’s toppers? I have answered more than seven this month :|


  13. bacterial patterns – “drawn” on a petri-dish
    aka microbial/bacterial art


  14. sidsen
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    petri dish art – fleming pioneered it


  15. akhi
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    Microbial Art


  16. Chinmaya U.Holla
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    microbial art


  17. shrik
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    Pasting from their website: Microbial Art, a collection of unique artworks created using living bacteria, fungi, and protists.


  18. Something to do with microbial art?


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