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Electronic components made from human blood

Indian researchers from the Changa Education Campus in Gujarat have demonstrated a memristor made from human blood and are now planning the creation of other electronic components, such as transistors and capacitors, composed of human tissue. The findings are reported in the International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics. The researchers say the development of […]

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Cheap-and-cheerful memristor tech set to spur AI research

Memristive devices, or memristors as they are commonly known, combine the electrical properties of a memory element and a resistor. They are characterized by one or more state variables that define the resistance of the switch depending upon its voltage history. First hypothesized 40 years ago, the recent demonstration of mass produced memristors performing stateful […]

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