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Biocomputing Neurons

How do we know we have real neurons in our lab?

In our lab, we use neurospheres, round structures made of thousands of living neurons, which we train for computations. How do we know they are neurons? In the lab, all…

Biocomputing Neurons

How FinalSpark Wants to Contribute to a Low Carbon Future: The Energy-saving Potential of Biocomputing

One of the trade-offs of today’s technological progress is the big energy costs necessary to process digital information. To make AI models using silicon-based processors, we need to train them…

Biocomputing Neurons

Neuroplasticity in vitro

In one of the previous blogs, we described neurons and how they generate electrical spikes. Here, we’ll consider the fact that a neuron is never alone, and it exists in…

Biocomputing Neurons

What is biocomputing?

Defining biocomputing in a few sentences remains a challenging task. This is because biocomputing is an emerging field. And as it usually happens with new technological areas, it takes time…

Neural Clusters

Biological neuroplatform up and running

After an intensive year of relentless research, we are thrilled to announce that FinalSpark’s Biological Neuroplatform BNP has advanced to the production stage, pushing the boundaries of what we thought possible in neurophysiology.

Biocomputing Neurons

A closer look at our Neurospheres

We have recently been working a lot on the characterization of our neurospheres. Below are the most interesting data from this. We acquired our first electron microscopy (ESEM-Quanta) images our…

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