31 March 2011
Electronic components made from human blood
by Kate Melville
Indian researchers from the Changa Education Campus in Gujarat have demonstrated a memristor made from human blood and are now planning the creation of other electronic components, such as transistors and capacitors, composed of human tissue. The findings are reported in the International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics. The researchers say the development of biological electronic components will facilitate the creation of artificial eyes, robotic limbs and other cyborg implants.
The researchers then investigated whether the same behavior would be observed in a device through which blood is flowing. This step was also successful.
We can fix him, we have the technology.
The 106 Million Dollar Man (in today’s money).
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