Scientists have created bionic mushrooms generating electricity

Scientists from the Technological Institute of Stevens and the Neurobionic Laboratory of Hoboken were able to turn the usual store mushroom into an electric generator, covering it with cyanobacteria and graphene threads.

Exploring the biogrid sources of the ecological energy of a new generation, the Americans found out that the simplest organisms are optimally like. They stopped at cyanobacteri, which are able to generate light, producing a small electric charge, known as a photoc. However, scientists faced the fact that in artificial conditions the process is very difficult to maintain.

During the experiments, they found out that the bacteria’s live mushrooms exist much longer than on other grounds. Therefore, with the help of 3D printing on a hat, a spiral of cyanobacteria was applied, which produced electricity, and ink lines containing graphene threads for its collection.

During photosynthesis, the current strength was about 65 nanosper. Mushrooms supported this process, providing a favorable simplest habitat and nutrients.

Scientists argue that the power of the hybrid system is enough for the LED, but it is not enough to power the electronic devices. However, according to developers, this is just the first step in the development of the nearest bogrift decisions of the next generation. Other types of microorganisms that are capable of producing useful chemicals or fuels are suitable for such systems.

Previously, we also wrote that Swedish scientists