Wed. May 18th, 2022

Neuromorphic computing that mimics the human brain (opens in a new tab) is one step closer to reality as researchers at Washington State University have built a crucial circuit for this new kind of computing using an unlikely pure substance.

Using honey from bees, the researchers built a proof-of-concept memory resistor or memristor. To accomplish this feat, they first turned honey into a solid form and then held it between two metal electrodes in the same way synapses in the brain were between pairs of neurons.

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