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Inoculum Conference on Feb 4-5 in Berlin


lectures | performances|exhibition In the age of the anthropocene, our understanding of media and materials is in flux. Natural sciences are not only investigating living materials. Biotechnical methods are spreading into DIY-culture as well as into the field of bio

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PhyChip Exhibition at Cynetart


As part of the Cynetart Festival in Dresden, the PhyChip team will present an exhibtion there. Under the title Bauhaus Bio Werkstatt the research project PhyChip und the Biolab of the Bauhaus-University Weimar is showing works by Theresa Schubert, Jeff

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Opencv for physarum sonification

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The PhyTracker is an open computer vision system, designed under processing software allowing open sound control communication with varios musical and visual softwares. The system creates arrays of branches and fallows the growing behaviour of physarum. The data is later

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Book project in print


“Experiencing the Unconventional. Science in Art”, World Scientific 2015.

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PhyChip research featured in Horizon Magazine

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The PhyChip project has been featured in Horizon, The EU Research and Innovation magazine. The article, written by Rex Merrifield, is currently the number one most popular article on the Horizon website (2pm 25th February 2015 UK time) You can

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Special Session on Slime Mould at ECAL, York, UK July 2015


The PhyChip project team are really pleased to be able to present our work on Slime Mould at the next European Conference on Artificial Life which will be held in York in the UK from 20th to 24th July 2015.

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PhyChip awarded ‘Best Paper’

The PhyChip team were pleased to have been awarded best paper at the Bio-inspired Information and Communication Technologies 8th International Conference which was held in Massachusetts, USA, in December 2014. The paper, titled ‘Bio-Inspired Game Theory: The Case of Physarum

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1st International Workshop on Biological, Chemical and Physical Computations


The Federated Conference  of Computer Science and Information Systems have announced their first international workshop on Biological, Chemical and Physical Computations (BCPC’15) and advertised a call for paper and position paper submissions. The Workshop  is a unique interdisciplinary workshop which brings

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International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies – Boston USA December 2014

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The PhyChip project is pleased to be part of the International Conference on Bio-inpsired Information and Communications Technologies, formerly Bionetics, which this year will be held in Boston, United States of America. Professor Andrew Adamatzky (PhyChip, UWE, UK) will be co-chair

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PhyChip researcher, Jeff Jones, presents at ICNAAM symposium in Greece

PhyChip researcher, Jeff Jones (UWE, Bristol, UK) presented a paper “Material-based Non-neural Analogues of Lateral Inhibition: A Multi-agent Approach” at the “Adaptive Materials, Devices and Systems Towards Unconventional Computing and Robotics” Symposium organised by International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics

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