Bacteria may soon be the stuff that buildings are made of

08/30/2013 | Inhabitat

The future of architecture may be found in labs combining bacteria and computer science to produce materials suitable for construction. David Benjamin, a computational architect and professor at Columbia University, is creating materials using plant cells and computer models. The technology could be ready for commercial production in eight to 10 years, he said.

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