Living cells + silicon chip = “cellborg” gadget

According to an article in nature.com, scientists from the University of Nebraska have created a humidity sensor that uses silicon chips fused with live bacteria.

While this seems in many ways to be a proof-of-concept invention, the resulting sensor is apparently several times more sensitive than previous all-mechanical devices.

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