Scientists at UC San Francisco have engineered bacteria to create living photographs at 100 megapixels per square inch. The photos were created by projecting light on “biological film” — billions of genetically engineered E. coli growing in dishes of agar.” Apparently this method can be used to print high-resolution materials (via)

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