A robot powered by Biology

This is a true example of biohacking and hopefully researches like this will continue to exploit biology for its complexity and flexibility.

Now to actual story. “”The Physarum polycephalum slime, which naturally shies away from light, controls the robot’s movement so that it too keeps out of light and seeks out dark places in which to hide itself.””

This essentially means that the slime mold is connected to robotic arm in the same way our minds will be directly connected to internet (if they would still call it so) in future.

Click here to read the story.