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Blinking Bacteria Warn of Contamination

By modifying the genetic material in Escherichia coli and tricking them into talking to each other across long distances, bioengineers from the University of California, San Diego have coaxed millions of bacteria to blink, or fluoresce, at the same time. In this video, biopixels made of fluorescing E. coli flash on and off in synch by sensing hydrogen peroxide in their environment. Source: Arthur Prindle, et. al, UCSD.

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