Art and Science of Laboratory Medicine

Art and Science of Laboratory Medicine

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Microbe Lollipops from China

The Chinese designer’s collection of sweets, Dangerous Popsicles, transforms frozen sugar water into colorful spiny treats inspired by cacti and scary deserts that invite you to suck on magnified versions of the chicken pox, E. coli, and influenza viruses. “Before tasting with your tongue,” she writes, “you first taste with your eyes and mind.” Her goal is to challenge palettes by forcing you to get past the idea of sucking on a cactus or running your tongue over HIV.

Read more:
Would You Lick an E.Coli-Shaped Popsicle?

Source: WIRED

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