A new device helps frogs regrow working legs after an amputation — The treatment spurred limb growth over 18 months
(Science News, Jan. 31, 2022)

Researchers are getting better at regenerating lab animals’ limbs. They might regrow human body parts in your lifetime.
(Business Insider, Jan. 29, 2022)

Five-Drug Cocktail and Wearable Bioreactor Enable Regrowth of Amputated Adult Frog Leg
(Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, Jan. 27, 2022)

Frogs can regrow amputated limbs after being treated with mix of drugs, new research finds
(CNN, Jan. 26, 2022)

Frogs Without Legs Regrow Leglike Limbs in New Experiment
(The New York Times, Jan. 26, 2022)

Frogs Regrow Missing Limbs in Lab Study, Advancing Key Effort of Regenerative Medicine
(The Wall Street Journal, Jan. 26, 2022)

Scientists Create ‘Living Machines’ With Algorithms, Frog Cells
(Bloomberg Businessweek, Dec. 16, 2021)

[VIDEO] Study: “Living robots” made of frog cells found way to reproduce
(CNBC News, Dec. 2, 2021)

Living robots made in a lab have found a new way to self-replicate
(National Public Radio Science, Dec. 1, 2021)

Intelligent Beings Without Brains Are Abundant In Nature–A Growing Scientific Consensus
(Forbes Magazine, Jul. 20, 2021)

Scientists Observed a Brainless Blob Thinking and Making Decisions
(VICE, Jul. 15, 2021)

Our Weirdest Dreams Could Be Training Us for Life, New Theory Says
(Gizmodo, May 14, 2021)

Persuading the Body to Regenerate Its Limbs
(The New Yorker, May 3, 2021)

Living robots made from frog skin cells can sense their environment
(New Scientist, Mar. 31, 2021)

Cells Form Into ‘Xenobots’ on Their Own
(Quanta Magazine, Mar. 31, 2021)

[VIDEO] Secret Mind of Slime
(PBS NOVA, Sep. 15, 2020)

Dr. Frankenstein siglo XXI: crea robots con partes de rana y quiere frenar el cáncer con bioelectricidad
(Clarín, Sep. 15, 2020)

Meet the Xenobots, Virtual Creatures Brought to Life
(The New York Times, Apr. 3, 2020) | [ pdf ]

Xenobots: AI Enabled First Living Robots
(Podcast: Science Rehashed, Mar. 4, 2020)

These tiny living robots could help science eavesdrop on cellular gossip
(Popular Science, Jan. 17, 2020)

Living Robots, Designed By Computer
(Science Friday, Jan. 17, 2020)

A research team builds robots from living cells
(The Economist, Jan. 16, 2020)

World’s First “Living Machine” Created Using Frog Cells and Artificial Intelligence
(Scientific American, Jan. 15, 2020)

Researchers create robots made of living animal cells
(Cosmos, Jan. 14, 2020)

These “xenobots” are living machines designed by an evolutionary algorithm
(MIT Technology Review, Jan 14, 2020)

Algorithm Designs Robots Using Frog Cells
(The Scientist, Jan. 13, 2020)

Scientists Assemble Frog Stem Cells Into First ‘Living Machines’
(Smithsonian Magazine, Jan. 13, 2020)

Meet Xenobot, an Eerie New Kind of Programmable Organism
(WIRED, Jan. 13, 2020)

(on Wikipedia)

Mike Levin on electrifying insights into how bodies form
(Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University, Jul. 26, 2019)

Inspiring New Machine Learning Platforms with Bioelectric Computation with Michael Levin
(TWiML & AI, Jul. 15, 2019)

How do living creatures take shape?
(Allen Institute, May 7, 2019)

Scientists unlock new role for nervous system in regeneration
(Phys.org, Apr. 25, 2019)

A Step Toward Regenerating Amputated Limbs
(Alliance of Advanced BioMedical Engineering, Jan. 22, 2019)

Cross-body communication is electric in the froglet
(Nature, Dec. 5, 2018)

Scientists Got Adult Frogs to Regrow Limbs. It’s a Step Toward Human ‘Regeneration’
(Discover Magazine, Nov. 6, 2018)

A Progesterone-Pumping Device Helps Frogs Regenerate Lost Limbs
(PBS NOVA, Nov. 6, 2018)

Dr. Michael Levin: Investigating the Molecular Mechanisms Cells Use to Communicate During Development and Regeneration
(People Behind the Science, Aug. 13, 2018)

Controlling electric signals in the body could help it heal
(Knowable Magazine, Aug. 10, 2018)

Bioelectricity’s Potential
(NOVA Next, Jun. 13, 2018)

Space Worms: Unexpected Pioneers of Discovery & Commercial Services
(Upward: Magazine of the ISS National Lab, June 2018)

Brainless Embryos Suggest Bioelectricity Guides Growth
(Quanta Magazine, Mar. 13, 2018)

The Spark of Life
(BioTechniques, Jan. 24, 2018)

Biotech experts’ top five trends in 2017
(ResearchGate News, Dec. 22, 2017)

He makes tadpoles with eyes on their tails. Could that one day help solve birth defects in humans?
(STAT, Jan. 2, 2018)

There’s Healing Power in the Secret Electrical Language of Our Cells
(Singularity Hub, Dec. 27, 2017)

From day one, a frog’s developing brain is calling the shots
(Science News, Sep. 25, 2017)

Supercomputers Use Machine Learning to Gain New Insights into Complex Cellular Processes
(Scientific Computing, June 26, 2017)

Space Life Could Give You An Extra Head (If You’re A Flatworm)
(Science Friday, June 16, 2017)

Un ver revient de l’espace avec deux têtes
[Realites Biomedicales (blog de LeMonde.fr), June 15, 2017]

What Space-Faring Flatworms Can Teach Us About Human Health
(Smithsonian.com, June 13, 2017)

Space oddity: Flatworm sent into orbit returns to Earth with an extra head
(Digital Trends, June 12, 2017)

Tweaking the Tiny Electrical Charges Inside Cells Can Fight Infection
(Smithsonian.com, May 26, 2017)

Bioelectric hacking creates two-headed flatworms
(Cosmos, May 24, 2017)

Researchers reveal bioelectric patterns guiding worms’ regenerative body plan after injury
(Phys.org, May 23, 2017)

Bioelectric tweak makes flatworms grow a head instead of a tail
(New Scientist, May 23, 2017)

Nothing is impossible
(Biophysical Society, May 23, 2017)

Eyes grafted into tadpole tails may see
(Nature.com, Mar. 31, 2017)

Tadpoles learn to see with new eyes transplanted on their tails
(New Scientist, Mar. 30, 2017)

Transplanted eyes let tadpoles see through their tails
(STAT, Mar. 30, 2017)

How Life Turns Asymmetric
(Quanta Magazine, Jan. 31, 2017)

Artificial Intelligence Uncovers New Insight Into Biophysics of Cancer
(Communications of the ACM, Jan. 27, 2017)

Hacking our cells to grow new limbs
(Futureproof Podcast with Jonathan McCrea, Jan. 07, 2017)

Grow with the flow: How electricity kicks life into shape
(New Scientist, Jan. 4, 2017)

This scientist re-wires frogs to grow extra limbs. Could it work in humans?
(Popular Science, Dec. 26, 2016)

Role of Gravity and Geomagnetic Field in Flatworm Regeneration
(NASA mission brief: Flatworms on the International Space Station, Nov. 22, 2016)

Slime moulds prefer right turns
(Annals of Improbable Research, Aug. 19, 2016)

Automated Experiments on Worms Help Understand Human Mind
(Research & Development, Jul. 15, 2016)

Replicating Life in Code
(NOVA Next, Jul. 6, 2016)

Paul G. Allen announces $100 million to launch the Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group
(March 23, 2016)

The Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group Announces Allen Discovery Center at Tufts University
(March 2016)