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Media Roundup: Tiny 3-D Cages for Studying Bacteria

Media Roundup: Tiny 3-D Cages for Studying Bacteria

Chemistry professor Jason Shear and molecular biosciences professor Marvin Whiteley, along with a team including postdoc Jodi Connell, have found a way to use 3-D printing to create "cages" that can be used to isolate bacteria to see and study how they interact. The group has received a vast amount of media attention highlighting their research.

Popular Science — Oct. 11, 2013

Wired — Oct. 10, 2013

Science News — Oct. 7, 2013

Yahoo! News — Oct. 7, 2013

BBC News — Oct. 7, 2013

Read our story here: http://cns.utexas.edu/news/entry/3-d-printed-microscopic-cages

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