"Neurons" is the first place winner of the Agar Art Contest. It took two days for the bacteria to grow and take form.
The "NYC Biome Map" is a collaborative project between citizen scientists and artists and is the second place winner.
"Harvest Season" is a creation by Maria Eugenia from India. She used a species of yeast to depict an image of a farmhouse in the fields.
"Cell to Cell" was the people's choice winner with almost 3500 likes on Facebook.
Scientist used bacteria to create a version of Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night."
A combination of yeast and viruses are harvested to create a zenful petri art dish.
Creators of "Tis the Pseudo" were inspired by the colors of the upcoming holiday season.
Bifidobacteria micro flower was created using lactis, a commercial probiotic found in many foods.
The artist used bacteria to create a pattern of cells.
This artist used a strain of E. coli to create this Andy Warhol inspired petri art.