Royal Society Open Science

We’re so pleased to announce that we just got an article published on Moss FM and a whole bunch of the research going into plant-MFCs. And even better, all publications of The Royal Society are open and freely accessible until November 6th. Check it out and get the inside scoop on Moss FM. Bombelli P et […]

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Moss FM at BASF Creator Space

Moss FM has been part of the BASF Creator Space Tour in Ludwigshafen, Germany, together with a number of other interesting and ground breaking projects. Moss FM was shown in a reduced form with a multimeter and an LCD attached to the circuit.

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Moss powered Wi-Fi jammer

Jakob Skote of the Architectural Association School of Architecture has developed a moss powered Wi-Fi jammer as part of a larger project you can view here. Jakob writes: “In today’s inexorably connected world a disconnected spot acts as a “safe-space” for those of us who wish to remain free from Facebook’s geo-advertising and NSA’s eavesdropping. To […]

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The Miniature Angels in the Plant Kingdom

The second edition of this absolutely beautiful book features Moss FM and is an excellent introduction to bryophytes. Plenty of gorgeous pictures, tipps and tricks will make you fall in love with mosses and their relatives. Here are a few impressions. Miniature Angles in the Plant Kingdom, Second Edition, edited by Fairylake Botanical Gardens, Shenzhen […]

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getBriefed

I have recently given a presentation at the Zurich School of the Arts as part of the event series getBriefed (special thanks to Simon Steiger [picture right] for the invitation). I’d like to use the opportunity to draw more attention to these events – they are a progressive attempt to bring students and alumni of […]

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