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What others report about Bio4Comp






Spotlight on the Bio4Comp Project


Molecules that Count

EU - Digital Single Market



Sächsische Forscher entwickeln Computer aus Schweine-Hirn

TAG24 / Chemnitzer Morgenpost



Bio-computer op basis van moleculaire motoren (in Dutch)



Bio-computer op basis van moleculaire motoren

aandrijven & besturen (in Dutch)



Molekulare motorbetriebene Bio-Computer




Fraunhofer entwickelt molekular betriebenen Bio-Computer (in German)



Biological supercomputers to be powered by molecular motors

electronic specifier


Bio schlägt Quanten: Revolutionäre Biomolekül-Computer schlagen Superrechner


Funding to build molecular biocomputers

new electronics


The EU Horizon 2020 has launched Bio4Comp, a five-year €6.1M project to build more powerful and safer biocomputers that could outperform quantum computing


EU-Projekt Bio4Comp will molekulare motorbetriebene Bio-Computer entwickeln

Kooperation international



Molekulare motorbetriebene Bio-Computer

innovations report


Molekulare motorbetriebene Bio-Computer

Presse Box


Molekulare motorbetriebene Bio-Computer


TU Dresden: Forschungsprojekt zu molekularen motorbetriebenen Bio-Computern gestartet

Silicon Saxony


Molekulare motorbetriebene Bio-Computer

business press 24


Molecular motor-powered biocomputers



Biological supercomputers to be powered by molecular motors

Lund University press release


Molekulare motorbetriebene Bio-Computer

Alpha Galileo


Launch of a five-year, 6.1 million euros EU-Horizon 2020 project that aims to build a new type of powerful computer based on biomolecules Das it-Business Portal


Skapar parallelldatorer med nanoteknikens hjälp

LTH-Nytt 2016-1 (in Swedish)


Molecular motor-powered biocomputers

IDW-online (in English)


Molekulare motorbetriebene Bio-Computer

IDW-online (in German)


Today’s computers use vast amounts of electric power – so much so that the inability to cool the processors actually hampers the development of more powerful computers. In addition, they cannot do two things at the same time, which affects the processing speed needed.


The EU is now funding a large project that aims to develop technology for an extremely powerful computer based on highly efficient molecular motors. The motors will use a fraction of the energy of existing computers, and will be able to tackle problems where many solutions need to be explored simultaneously.


The project is lead by Heiner Linke from NanoLund, runs from 2017-2021 and is funded by Horizon 2020.