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Workshop on Molecular Communication Approaches for Wetware Artificial Life

Online | 25 July 2023

Volume Editor: Julio A. Seijas Vázquez, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Number of Papers: 1
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Cover Story (view full-size image): Artificial cells are bio-inspired man-made systems, similar to living cells, built to understand the basic principles of life and to generate new biotechnological products. The workshop [...] Read more.
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Conference Report
Molecular Communication Approaches for Wetware Artificial Life: A Workshop Report
by Pasquale Stano, Murat Kuscu, Michael Barros, Malcolm Egan, Yutetsu Kuruma, Sasitharan Balasubramaniam, Jiewen Wang and Tadashi Nakano
Proceedings 2024, 98(1), 1; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2024098001 - 08 Mar 2024
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On 25 July 2023, a workshop entitled “Molecular Communication Approaches for Wetware Artificial Life” took place as a satellite event at the international conference ALIFE 2023 (The 2023 Conference on Artificial Life). In this report, we comment on the workshop by focusing on [...] Read more.
On 25 July 2023, a workshop entitled “Molecular Communication Approaches for Wetware Artificial Life” took place as a satellite event at the international conference ALIFE 2023 (The 2023 Conference on Artificial Life). In this report, we comment on the workshop by focusing on the main theme and the motivations that led us to develop this initiative. In particular, we highlight how recent progress in synthetic biology and in the study of molecular communication from an engineering perspective can be fruitfully joined to provide a powerful platform to develop frontier research lines in “wetware” Artificial Life. The talks presented at the workshop are briefly summarized. This report is, ultimately, an opportunity to promote an emerging field that calls for collaborative efforts of scholars from multiple disciplines, from chemistry to molecular biology, from communication engineering to nanotechnology, and up to those interested in more theoretical aspects about complex artificial systems that mimic natural ones. Full article
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