Looking for information on one of the images in the headers used for categories on this site? Then look no further, information on all of the images is below! I intend to cover all of these in separate article posts in the fullness of time – but if I haven’t yet, using this information you can find out more yourself. Featured pictures should not to be seen as indicative of relative importance. All pictures are listed from the top left to the bottom right.

  1. An illustration by Harry Campbell.
  2. The logo of the International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition (iGEM).
  3. The logo for Do-it-yourself Biology.
  4. Two pictures of Mycoplasma laboratorium (nicknamed Synthia), an organism created by The J. Craig Venter Institute.
  5. A picture of a scientist holding a tube in front of a DNA sequence.

  1. A picture of the deep sea fish Macropinna micro stoma.
  2. A picture of a Bdelloid Rotifer.
  3. Ants drinking coloured water by Mohamed Babu.
  4. Forest Picture.
  5. Glow Worms.

  1. A design for housing grown out of trees by Mitchell Joachim.
  2. Blood Wars art exhibit by Kathy High.
  3. Latent Figure Protocol art exhibition by Paul Vanouse.
  4. Proto-animate20 by Andre Brodyk.
  5. Hylozoic Ground by Rachel Armstrong.
  6. Eduardo Kac’s GFP Rabbit.
  7. The Cryobook Archives by Tagny Duff.

  1. Brave New World Audio book cover.
  2. Feature article: “And man made life” from The Economist.
  3. Gattaca DVD Cover.

  1. Illustration by Keith Thompson in the book Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld.
  2. Rei Ayanami  and Eva 03 from Neon Genesis Evangelion.
  3. The Zerg from Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm.
  4. A pod from eXistenZ.
  5. Scene from the movie Splice.
  6. The Novel Ribofunk by Paul Di Filippo.

  1. Drew Endy.
  2. George Church.
  3. Rachel Armstrong.
  4. Craig Venter.
  5. Pamela Silver.
  6. Tom Knight.

  1. Kevin Warwick’s Rat Brained Robot.
  2. An example of Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests.
  3. Transhumanism logo.
  4. Google’s “Project Glass” – Augmented Reality Glasses
  5. Big Dog robot by Boston Dynamics.