In the news
The Meyer lab was featured in:
- An interview in Inside Science about a new method from the Srubar lab for fabricating living building materials, 2020.
- The updated version of Tom Lehrer's "Elements Song" by Chemistry World. We appear at 1:29, presenting Calcium, 2019.
- Articles about our approaches to utilize bacteria for building a Mars base published at International Business Times, Phys.org, America RU (Russian), Asiaville News, Astro Univers (French), Beyinsizler (Turkish), Bionieuws (Dutch), Blik op Nieuws (Dutch), Daily Hunt, De Ingenieur (Dutch), Delftse Post (Dutch), Dual Dove, Engineeringnet, Engineers Online (Dutch), EOS Wetenschap (Dutch), Futurism, Global News (Dutch), IT Information, Khoa Hoc Phat Trien (Vietnamese), Lifeboat, Market Research Feed, Mega Interesting, Metro (Dutch), Nation News, New Scientist (Dutch), Nieuwsblad (Dutch), Santech 360, Scientias (Dutch), Space.com, Technology.org, TU Delft, Universal Sci, Universe Today, Xataka Ciencia (Spanish), 2019.
- A collaborative art piece by Allison Newsome featuring our bacterial nacre as eco-friendly structural material incorporated into her nature-inspired RainKeep rainwater collectors, 2019.
- An interview in Science Magazine about a new method from the Chin lab for large-scale genome rearrangement, 2019.
- Articles about our fabrication of graphene using bacteria published at The Guardian, Digital Trends, Labiotech, Design News, Azonano, Bionity, Chem Europe, Digital Journal, Dunya News, Futurity, Graphene-Info, Lab Manager, Nanowerk, New Atlas, Omnexus, Phys.org, Popmech, Science Alert, Science and Enterprise, Science Daily, Science Hook, Scienmag, Scitech Europa, Space Daily, SynBioBeta News, Technology Times, Trends der Zukunft, and the University of Rochester Newscenter, and an interview on the Small Business Advocate show, 2019.
- Articles about our bacterially-produced nacre published at Advanced Science News, Phys.org, The Engineer, Futurity, The London Economic, The American Ceramics Society (twice), Business Standard, C2W, Devdiscourse, Edgy Labs, EurekAlert, Financial Express, Free Press Journal, Galileo, Good News Network, Knowridge Science Report, Lab Roots, Long Room, Nanowerk, New Atlas, Polit, Sci News, Science Daily, Science & Enterprise, The Science Times, Scienmag, TD News, Tech Explorist, Tech2, The Week, World of Chemicals, and the University of Rochester Newscenter, and interviews on the Paul Ross show (talkRADIO, UK national radio) and Techtopia, 2019. You can watch a short video explaining our bacterial nacre here.
- A video interview with Oxford Global about the future of synthetic biology, 2018.
- Articles about our Cell paper, "Global DNA compaction in stationary-phase bacteria does not affect transcription," published in EurekAlert (the AAAS news service), Brinkwire, Futurity, Science Daily, and the University of Rochester Newscenter, 2018.
- Interviews about 3D printing of bacteria in Scientific American and Science News, 2017.
- Our 3D bacterial printer was the #1 most-read article at ACS Synthetic Biology in 2017!
- Articles about our 3D bacterial printer published in Fox News, New Scientist, Digital Trends, Seeker (part of the Discovery Network), the C2W website of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society, Kijk Magazine, The Science Times, Market Business News, 3ders, 3D Print, 3D Printing Industry, All3DP, AZO Materials, Graphene Entrepreneur, Machine Design, Microfabricator, Smart City News, Tro9, Hoholok, and Greater Patchogue Daily 2017.
- The FEMS Microbiology Newsletter, 2015.
- The FOM publication, "Learning the ropes of the Dutch physics community," 2014.
- The De Physicus magazine, Oct. 2013.
- A Molecular Microbiology conference proceedings article, 2012.
- The Kavli Institute newsletter, June 2011.
The 2016 TU Delft iGEM team (advised by Anne Meyer) won the awards for Best New Application Project, Best Model, and Best Composite Part. We also won a gold medal and were nominated for the award for Best Wiki. Our project was featured in:
the print editions of Bionieuws, De Bevelander, De Gelderlander, Delft op Zondag, the Delftse Post, the FlevoPost, Groot Rijswijk, mRNA, Provinciaalse Zeeuwse Courant, Stentor, TU Delta (twice), and Vision of Life newspapers and magazines
the websites of AD Delft, AD Den Haag, Blik op het Nieuws, DeltaPix, Duurzaam Bedrijfsleven, Engineers Online, FMT Gezondheidszorg, Phys.org, Solar Magazine, United Consumers, Voorne Putten, and Weekblad Westvoorne
The 2015 TU Delft iGEM team (advised by Anne Meyer) won the Grand Prize (best overall team)! We also won the awards for Best Applied Design, Best Hardware Project, and Best Wiki (website), as well as a gold medal. We were nominated for the awards for Best Model, Best Integrated Human Practice, Best Composite Part, and Best Part Collection. Anne Meyer won the Veteran Judges' Award. Our project was featured in:
the Washington Post
the NOS national morning news broadcast
the national evening news program De Wereld Draait Door
the websites of the Boston Business Journal, the PLoS Blog, Dutch News, Nu.nl, Up Magazine, Know How, 3D Print, 3D Printing Industry, Algemene Dagblad, Automatisering Gids, BE Basic newsletter, Biotechnologie.de, Bits and Chips, Blik op Nieuws, Bright, the C2W magazine of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society, the Casimir newsletter, De Physicus magazine, Drimble, Duurzaam Bedrijfsleven, Engineers Online, e-Totaal, FMT Gezondheidszorg, ICT&Health!, Innovation Quarter, Kijk, Labiotech, Materia, Monster Board, Nationale Onderwijsgids, Nationale Zorggids, the NBV Dutch Biotechnology Society website, Nu Jij, the Reading Eagle newspaper, ScienceGuide, Technische Weekblad, TNW Today (three times), TU Delft Highlights 2015, TU Delft News, TU Delta, and VPO.
The 2014 TU Delft iGEM team (advised by Anne Meyer) won the award for Best Microfluidics Project and a gold medal. We were featured in:
the national public news organization NOS
an interview on the national news radio station BNR Nieuwsradio
the Delftse Post newspaper
the websites of the Bionieuws newsletter of the Dutch Institute for Biology, the C2W magazine of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society, EngineeringNet, Engineers Online, Hogeschool Rotterdam News (March), Hogeschool Rotterdam News (September), the HollandBio biotechnology association, Kennislink, the NBV Dutch Biotechnology Society, Scientas (the most popular national scientific news site), TNW News, TU Delft News, the TU Delta magazine, and many more news websites!
The 2013 TU Delft iGEM team (advised by Anne Meyer) won a gold medal and was featured in:
the national newspaper Algemene Dagblad
the national newspaper Telegraaf
the Kennislink website
the Delft op Zondag newspaper
the TU Delta magazine
and many more news websites!
The 2012 TU Delft iGEM team (advised by Anne Meyer) won the award for Best Debate and a gold medal. We were featured in:
the national newspaper NRC Handelsblad
the Origin magazine
and more news websites!