Thursday, February 25, 2010 has a story on cell inspired electronics.

Rahul Sarpeshkar a young professor,scientist innovator has done outstanding work in bridging the gap between highly efficient organic mechanism. and linear Computing

MIT's Rahul Sarpeshkar is now applying architectural principles from these ultra-energy-efficient cells to the design of low-power, highly parallel, hybrid analog-digital electronic circuits. These cells are highly energy efficient machines to magnitude of tens of thousands.

In one second, a cell performs about 10 million energy-consuming chemical reactions, which altogether require about one picowatt (one millionth millionth of a watt) of power.

This is quite an interesting research.Is this the mankinds hope organic computing.

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