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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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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 @ Biomimetric City – The City of Tomorrow


The work of PhyChip researchers was presented at the exhibition ‘Ville Biomimetique’ ( ‘Biomimetric City – The City of Tomorrow’ )in Velizy-Villacoublay, France at the end of May 2014. You can find out more about the exhibition on the Ville

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Article on Slime Mould and PhyChip project

PhyChip featured in an article by Lisa Zyga in about the properties of slime mould and research being undertaken on its use in solving computer problems. In particular the article looked at the research of Professor Andy Adamatzky (UWE

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PhyChip @ DIY Bio Lounge – Art & Science Dialogue betweenTheresa Schubert and Andy Adamatzky


Differential intake of coloured substances by slime mould Physarum polycephalum in laboratory implementation of Kolmogorov-Uspenskii machine. Courtesy of Andrew Adamatzky. Adamatzky A. “Physarum Machines” (World Scientific, 2010) On 24th January 2014 as part of the DIY Bio Lounge series at

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PhyChip @ Festival Ars Electronica September 2013


Theresa Schubert (The Bauhaus-Universität Weimar PhyChip) was part of the Total Recall – The Evolution of Memory, Festival Ars Electronica in Linz Austria from September 5th – 9th 2013. Her installation bodymetries (a collaboration with Moritz Dreßler and Michael Markert)

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PhyChip @ Networking Transportation Networkers workshop, Coventry University

The Applied Mathematics Research Centre (AMRC) at Coventry University held a workshop titled ‘Networking Transportation Networkers’ at their Techno Centre on 25th and 26th September 2013  in the UK at which Professor Andrew Adamatzky (UWE PhyChip) and Dr Jeff Jones

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PhyChip @ UK Workshop on Computational Intelligence – KeyNote speaker Professor Andrew Adamatzky

The University of Surrey invited Professor Andrew Adamatzky (PhyChip UWE) to give a keynote,  titled  Physarum Chip: Towards Slime Mould Computers,  at the UK Workshop On Computational Intelligence on 11th September 2013 . The full workshop programme can be found on the University

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