biological computer

Scientists develop miniature biological supercomputers that run on adenosine triphosphate

Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the substance responsible for providing energy to living cells, is more versatile than one would think, new study reveals. In an recent research, scientists from Canada’s McGill University have successfully managed to power special miniature supercomputers using this chemical compound. The breakthrough, the team believes, could pave the way for a generation…