Featured in logic gates
A Working Transistor Built Out Of DNA Within A Living Cell
We're this close to having a usable biocomputer.
Why Living Cells Are The Future Of Data Processing
Biocomputers make maps, run logic gates, perform binary calculations and more.
IBM Transistors Made Of Nanotubes Could Replace Silicon, In Ever-Tinier Computer Chips
Silicon can't keep up with our demand for smaller and faster chips, but IBM researchers may have found a way to continue accelerating chip performance with a whole new kind...
Swiss Scientists Program Mammalian Cells to Work As Logic Gates
A new biologic logic gate based on proteins can perform binary calculations, serving as the first “cellular calculator,” researchers say. … Continued
A Computer Constructed From a Consortium of Live Crabs
If biomimicry is the instance of technology emulating nature, then this must be something like the opposite: researchers at Kobe … Continued
Largest DNA-Based Computer Ever Built Can Calculate Square Roots
A test-tube circuit made of DNA-based logic gates can calculate the square root of numbers up to 15, using DNA … Continued
New Class of Smart “Piezotronic” Materials Could Create Self-Powering Micro-Bots
Piezoelectric materials have long been used to turn kinetic energy into electrical energy, but a clever application by Georgia Tech … Continued