Slime Mould Memristors

@article{Gale2015SlimeMM,
  title={Slime Mould Memristors},
  author={Ella Gale and Andrew Adamatzky and Ben Lacy Costello},
  journal={BioNanoScience},
  year={2015},
  volume={5},
  pages={1-8}
}
  • Ella Gale, Andrew Adamatzky, Ben Lacy Costello
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science, Physics, Biology
  • In laboratory experiments, we demonstrate that protoplasmic tubes of the acellular slime mould Physarum polycephalum show current versus voltage profiles consistent with memristive systems, and that this effect is due to the living protoplasm of the mould. This complements previous findings on memristive properties of other living systems (human skin and blood) and contributes to the development of self-growing bio-electronic circuits. Distinctive asymmetric V–I curves which were occasionally… CONTINUE READING

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