IGEM:Cambridge/2008

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This year, the Cambridge iGEM team is working towards creating an integrated Bacterial Recombinant Artificial Intelligence Network (iBRAIN). Our concept is to model eukaryotic neural behaviour using populations of bacteria. We are looking at two main aspects of this concept: self-organisation using Turing pattern formation, and synaptic signal transduction using voltage output glutamate detection [[iGEM:Cambridge/2008/Concept | (read more...)]]
This year, the Cambridge iGEM team is working towards creating an integrated Bacterial Recombinant Artificial Intelligence Network (iBRAIN). Our concept is to model eukaryotic neural behaviour using populations of bacteria. We are looking at two main aspects of this concept: self-organisation using Turing pattern formation, and synaptic signal transduction using voltage output glutamate detection [[iGEM:Cambridge/2008/Concept | (read more...)]]
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This year, the Cambridge iGEM team is working towards creating an integrated Bacterial Recombinant Artificial Intelligence Network (iBRAIN). Our concept is to model eukaryotic neural behaviour using populations of bacteria. We are looking at two main aspects of this concept: self-organisation using Turing pattern formation, and synaptic signal transduction using voltage output glutamate detection (read more...)

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