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Biodesign Here Now

September 19 - September 21

Biodesign Here Now
The event for Biodesign, the future of materials, manufacturing, architecture & fashion. This exhibition will showcase selected projects to give a first taste of what the field of Biodesign – From sustainable pollination to grown fashion to personal medicines;
We are showcasing emerging international designers and start-ups with cutting-edge ideas that will shape our futures. Projects that break the boundaries between biology, design, and technology.

Why Biodesign?
The cost of reading and writing DNA has fallen 1 million times in just 20 years. Not since the early days of the digital revolution have we seen a technology advance with such velocity. This impact is being felt beyond biotech and medicine, paving the way for products and systems that will affect our everyday life. Biology will be used increasingly as a key component in our everyday products, helping to create products and methods at lower cost that are healthier and more environmentally friendly. Increasingly chemical precursors will be generated using bacterial cells, rather than petrochemicals, leading to a more sustainable future. Highly polluting agricultural processes such as animal rearing can be replaced by lab-grown proteins. Already materials are being developed that mimic natural fibers, alongside methods of colouring them using bacterial derived dyes.

Open Cell
The exhibition is curated and organized by Open Cell, the first public research center for consumer-facing biotechnology and biodesigners. The Open Cell campus hosts 70 shipping containers converted into pop-up biotechnology labs and workspaces.

Details

Start:
September 19
End:
September 21
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.londondesignfestival.com/event/biodesign-here-now-2

Organizer

Open Cell

Venue

Old Laundry Yard
Shepherds Bush Market W12 8EZ
London, United Kingdom
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