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Chris Voigt's E. Coli Bacteria Camera.

Chris Voigt, a professor at University of California at San Francisco (my alma mater, yay!), is 29 years old when he created a 100-megapixel per square inch camera out of the bacteria E. Coli.

That's 8x more megapixels than today's best digital camera!

Link to Antenna Science News Article | Live Science Article | Chris Voigt's website

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Hi, My name is Jadira Maldonado and I'm professor at the University of Puerto Rico. At this time I have a Research group and one of my students want to know about you research "Living camera uses bacteria to capture image", she need it rush.

I reed about you at the web and I know that you like to help students. Please help me to help my student. I need a copy of your paper if you can.

Thanks for all
Jadira
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