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Glowing Plant Releases Maker Kit, Enabling Anyone to Make a Glowing Plant at Home
Date:5/23/2013

ir very own glowing plants. Additionally, we’ve set a stretch goal at $400,000 and when it’s reached, my team and I will create glowing rose plants to all backers who have pledged at the $150 reward level and up.”

That’s not all Evans has planned for his campaign. He’s just introduced a new reward, rootcupPLANTER, which is perfect for growing the glowing plant seeds. In exchange for supporting Evans’ project, he and his team are offering awesome rewards such as stickers, t-shirts, seeds to grow glowing plants, actual glowing plants, vases, photo books, do-it-yourself maker kits, vials of personally coded DNA, and much more.

To learn more about Glowing Plant, visit http://bit.ly/GlowingPlantKS or find them on Facebook and Twitter @GlowingPlant. The project’s crowdfunding campaign will end on Friday, June 7 at 1:00am EST, so be sure to place all orders before then.

About Glowing Plant

Glowing Plant is a new team of Stanford-trained PhDs who are working towards creating sustainable light by creating plants that glow in the dark. Using Genome Compiler, printing DNA and transforming the DNA into the target plant, the team behind Glowing Plant is going to change the science behind lighting forever right in their Glowing Plant lab in California. To learn more about Glowing Plant, visit http://www.glowingplant.com, Like them on Facebook and Follow them on Twitter @GlowingPlant.

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