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Stanford engineers develop computer that operates on water droplets

Jun 8, 2015 ... Just add water: Stanford engineers develop a computer that operates on water droplets ... Manu Prakash, an assistant professor of bioengineeringΒ ...

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Engineers have built a computer of water droplets to better ...

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Aug 7, 2015 ... Droplet Computer: Professor Mr. Manu Prakash, who belongs to India, has developed a computer that gets energy from a few water drops orΒ ...

Researchers develop world's first water based computer | Digit

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Dec 31, 2015 ... ... Scale by Atomistic Computer Simulations of Water Droplets and ... These forces depend on the liquid–vapor surface tension of water, Ξ³.

Water Droplet Computing Needs No Electricity | Live Science

Sep 7, 2012 ... Water droplets become digital bits for computing in a new experiment that uses water-repellent surfaces.