Biological Computing: Robots Made of Mold

Biological Computing: Robots Made of Mold
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Scientists in the UK are working on creating a robot out of mold.

Dan Gould
  • 3 september 2009

Scientists in the UK are working on creating a robot out of mold. Using vegetative stage of the common slime mold Physarum polycephalum, they aim to create the world’s first fully biological (no silicon components) robot. Professor Andy Adamatzky of the University of the West of England explains to ScienceDaily:

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