It’s Not Psychedelic, It’s Science: Engineers Develop an Electric Mushroom

February
2019

Engineers at Stevens Institute of Technology have developed a bionic mushroom that uses electrodes and photosynthetic bacteria to produce electricity. Inspired by the symbiotic relationship between nature’s fungal and bacterial kingdoms, the researchers created a mushroom patterned with graphene nanoribbons and cyanobacteria.

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