Putting Feces to Work

This one's not for your lunch break: Daisy Ginsberg and James King, from London's Royal College of Art, teamed up with the University of Cambridge's International Genetically Engineered Machine Jamboree team to create a "Scatalog" — a briefcase full of wax stool sample models flecked with different colors. The Cambridge group transformed E. coli "into a living, color-coded chemical detector they dubbed E. chromi," The Scientist reports. "E.

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