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Andrew Adamatzky

Adamatzky is known for his research in unconventional computing. In particular, he has worked on chemical computers using reaction–diffusion processes. He has used slime moulds to plan potential routes for roadway systems and as components of nanorobotic systems, and discovered that they seek out valerian tablets, promoted as a herbal sedative, in preference to nutrients. He has also shown that the billiard balls in billiard-ball computers may be replaced by... Read More


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