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Recent advancements in life-science instrumentation and automation enable entirely new modes of human interaction with microbiological processes and corresponding applications for science and education through biology cloud labs. A critical barrier for remote life-science experimentation is the absence of suitable abstractions and interfaces for programming living matter. To this end we conceptualize a programming paradigm that provides stimulus control functions and sensor control functionsdoi:10.1101/236919 fatcat:ak6at64ovverpff6d742iwdcki