Bacteria Creates the First Living Google Logo

Logo & Brand review

Dr. Edward Johnson, chairman of Microbiology and Molecular Cell Biology at Eastern Virginia Medical School, and doctorial candidate Clayton Wright grew the Google logo sign using bacteria. Johnson's son, a graduate of NYU’s film school, popped a video of the process on Google’s Demo Slam site this week. Johnson said he hopes the video will inspire young budding scientists.

"It shows we're creative here," he said, "and that we like to have fun."

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