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Biomimetic neural computing based on Y-branched carbon nanotubes

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Description: NASA-Ames Longer-term trends: biomimetic nanotechnology Biomimetic neural computing based on Y-branched carbon nanotubes Branching and switching of signals at each junction similar to what happens in a biological neural network. Neural tree can be trained to perform complex switching and computing functions Not restricted to electronic signals; possible to use acoustic, chemical or thermal signals. Measurement needs yet to be defined for biomimetic systems? Emerging Nanomedical Applications and Their Metrology Needs Author: Richard Moore, Institute of Nanotechnology

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