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April 15, 2011 / Martijn

How Vesicles Compute With Chemical Cocktails

One of the more exciting developments in computer science is the increased focus on exotic forms of computing. On this blog we’ve looked at some of them including hot ice computers, slime mould computers, reversible computing, morphological computation and quantum computing, to name just a few.

One of the leaders in this field is Andrew Adamatzky at the University of the West of England in Bristol, who has fingers in a number of the aforementioned pies.

Today, he adds another to his formidable arsenal: vesicle computing.

via How Vesicles Compute With Chemical Cocktails  – Technology Review.

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