After iGEM and Biota Beats picked up by Scientific American

Nov 30, 2017

Biota Beats began as an iGEM project during the 2016 competition by EMW Street Bio’s Community Laboratory. Biota Beats has continued to thrive as a wonderful example of what you can do with a project After iGEM, featuring collaborations with DJs like the legendary DJ Jazzy Jeff. The Biota Beats team hopes to make a cultural impact on the world, and they came to the 2017 Giant Jamboree to create 'UNI-VERSE' - a musical composition created from the global microbiome of the 2017 iGEM teams.

The project, lead by iGEMer David Kong at MIT, was featured in STAT News and picked up by Scientific American.

Listen to the full iGEM 'UNI-VERSE' composition here.

Read the STAT News article and watch the video here.

STAT News: David Kong and a team of artists, musicians, scientists and engineers, are creating music from the
microbes living in harmony with humans.

gan as an iGEM project during the 2016 competition by EMW Street Bio’s Community Laboratory. Biota Beats has continued to thrive as a wonderful example of what you can do with a project After iGEM, featuring collaborations with DJs like the legendary

DJ Jazzy Jeff. The Biota Beats team hopes to make a cultural impact on the world, and we

want YOUR IGEM TEAM to be a part of it!

 


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