WetPong at the World Science Festival
Genspace, a community bio lab in New York, made their own paramecia based
biotic game called "WetPong" and showcased it at the World Science Festival.
First use of Bio-X Games in graduate-level classroom: Eterna leveraged to teach
principles of molecular engineering in Stanford Ph.D. course SBIO/BIOC 241.
Biotic games presented. World Life Science forum on at the 8th edition of BIOVISON
Eterna featured on Nova.
Stanford MediaX funds "A new Generation of Hybrid Tangible Interfaces for STEM
Learning in K12 Environments"
Stanford BioX funds
"Massive real time remote bdiology experiments: Technology development and
integration in education"
Paulo Blikstein joins Bio-X Games Center as affiliate faculty
First Biotic Game Design course (BioE123) taught at Stanford.
Keck Foundation funds Eterna project.
Adrien Treuille joins BioX Games Center as affiliate faculty.
First BioX Games Creators Conference at Stanford.
Stanford Media X funds "Accelerating knowledge creation for RNA bioengineering
through internet-scale gaming."
First biotic game paper published, followed by wide media attention in the scientific
and lay press.
Story in Science: http://www.sciencemag.org/content/331/6016/385.4.full
More press: http://www.stanford.edu/group/riedel-kruse/news.html
BioX games center founded.