The apparatus uses a modified form of the compound chitosan originally from squid pen.
The apparatus uses a modified form of the compound chitosan originally from squid pen, a structure which is extracted from shellfish, faces when squids had. The material is compatible with living organisms, and can is easily manufactured from crabs shells and squid groups be recycled discarded by the food industry.
Proton-based transistor could let machines communicate with Living ThingsHuman devices, from light bulbs to iPods, send information via electrons. Human body and other living organisms on the other hand, transmission signals and work with ions or protons.Materials scientists at the University of Washington have used a novel transistor, protons, which built a centerpiece for devices that can communicate directly with living things. The study is published this week in the interdisciplinary journal Nature Communications.Dr. Wang said,’If turns out to to be true, it is worth noting, because then you would have only be a minute amount in order to dramatically affect. ‘.