An artificial ionic neuron for tomorrow's electronic memories

An artificial ionic neuron for tomorrow's electronic memories
The CNRS press has just released an article about the new paper from MicroMegas team:

"Brain-inspired electronics are the subject of intense research. Scientists from CNRS and the Ecole Normale Supérieure – PSL have theorized how to develop artificial neurons using, as nerve cells, ions to carry the information. Their work, published in Science on 6 August 2021, reports that devices made of a single layer of water transporting ions within graphene nanoslits have the same transmission capacity as a neuron".

If you are interested in reading such paper, follow the links to discover both the scientific paper and the CNRS press.