Autonomous Matter Symposium

Autonomous matter can independently adapt, optimize, regenerate, and learn. Autonomy is increasingly employed in artificial systems, but remains limited when compared to nature, where even the simplest cells exhibit autonomy in abundance.

In this first Autonomous Matter symposium, world-renowned experts will present their views on how autonomous functionality can emerge at the intersection of chemistry, physics, biology, and engineering.How can we design matter to be autonomous? Check out our international speakers and sign up here:

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