Raising your own glow in the dark bacteria is a great project for a biohacking hardware developer. Temperature control, constant movement and nutrient monitoring are key to successfully cultivating bacteria. Plus it glows in the dark! Thank you to Micah Zayner over at Artists are Scientists for a concise post on raising bioluminescent bacteria.
Here is the setup Micah used:
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