|Self-sustained green neuromorphic interfaces.
|Year of Publication
|Fu T, Liu X, Fu S, Woodard T, Gao H, Lovley DR, Yao J
|2021 Jun 07
|Biocompatible Materials, Electronics, Nanotechnology, Nanowires, Neural Networks, Computer, Proteins, Synapses
Incorporating neuromorphic electronics in bioelectronic interfaces can provide intelligent responsiveness to environments. However, the signal mismatch between the environmental stimuli and driving amplitude in neuromorphic devices has limited the functional versatility and energy sustainability. Here we demonstrate multifunctional, self-sustained neuromorphic interfaces by achieving signal matching at the biological level. The advances rely on the unique properties of microbially produced protein nanowires, which enable both bio-amplitude (e.g.,
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