Biojewelry , developed by Tobie Kerridge and Nikki Stott, combines biotech and design to give a new emphasis to debates concerning genetics.

Biojewelry allows two persons to undergo a biopsy, in which each of them has a sample of their bone cells removed. The tissue is harvested in a lab, grown until a mass of bone has developed and used as a material for a ring. The rings can then be exchanged as a symbol of their relationship.


Tip by Fiona.