The Slime Mould Collective

An international network of/for intelligent organisms

SLIMOCO brings together artists, scientists and others interested in slime moulds - to share research, knowledge, experiments, images...

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Sourcing Physarum

Started by Heather Barnett in Links & Resources. Last reply by François-Joseph Deminiere on Friday. 30 Replies

Quaker Oats

Started by Gilbert Edgar, III in Links & Resources. Last reply by Gilbert Edgar, III Sep 21. 2 Replies

Slime mould experiment ideas for a lab report

Started by Kwan Yi Wong in Links & Resources. Last reply by François-Joseph Deminiere Sep 13. 1 Reply

 

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The Slime Mould Collective is a portal for interesting, progressive and ground breaking research and creative practice working with the simple yet intelligent organisms. If you are involved with or interested in slime moulds as a scientist, artist, designer, teacher, philosopher... (etc), please join and share what you do...

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Profile IconKatia Barrett, forrest, Robert Volpe and 3 more joined The Slime Mould Collective
Saturday
Robert Volpe liked Sarah Lloyd's photo
Friday
François-Joseph Deminiere replied to Heather Barnett's discussion Sourcing Physarum
"Peut-être pourrais tu essayer d'en demander a Audrey DUSSAUTOUR : http://mcam.mnhn.fr/Collections/Protistes.htm (moi elle ne m'a pas répondu...) Cdlt, FJ"
Friday
Filip Rizov replied to Heather Barnett's discussion Sourcing Physarum
"Hi, so two questions. 1. Supplier in France? 2. Natural occurring ones that I could find in and around my city? Thanks"
Friday
Katja Fluekiger updated their profile
Oct 7
Profile IconTosca and Katja Fluekiger joined The Slime Mould Collective
Oct 7
Gilbert Edgar, III posted a status
"Question: Under my microscope, I observed protoplasmic streaming. What are the bubbles? Vacuoles, nuclei?"
Sep 27
Profile IconKaryl Cabanos and Lee Pivnik joined The Slime Mould Collective
Sep 26
Rosie replied to Heather Barnett's discussion Sourcing Physarum
"Hi all, Sciento does not sell slime mould anymore. So am trying Blade Biological which looks perfect. Just finding out which of their 3 products is best to buy and will post this online. happy slimemould adventures"
Sep 25
The Famous Sandhogs posted a blog post

Theia's Mammon: Skoni's Ikon

Theia's Mammon: Skoni's Ikon (https://thefamoussandhogs.bandcamp.com/album/theias-mammon-skonis-ikon)Ch.1 – The Book of SkoniWhen the first sorus opened and Skoni’s cells spread out to make all that there is or ever will be, her sora floated down on Theia and merged to form five children. Her soral shell fell into the Skonisphere and became Skoni’s Heart so that her children would be well-nourished and…See More
Sep 23
Profile IconBrendon Wong and The Famous Sandhogs joined The Slime Mould Collective
Sep 23
Gilbert Edgar, III replied to Gilbert Edgar, III's discussion Quaker Oats
"Heather, Thank you, I'll try both and let you know.  According to their labels, the sugars are the same. Gil"
Sep 21
Heather Barnett replied to Gilbert Edgar, III's discussion Quaker Oats
"Try it and see! I've found it generally prefers organic oats and doesn't like ReadyBrek, but the quick oats might not have as much sugar."
Sep 20
Gilbert Edgar, III posted a discussion

Quaker Oats

"Culturing P. Plasmodium. Can I use Quaker Quick 1-minute Oats?I understand they are identical to Old Fashion Oats except thinner w/ smaller pieces for faster cooking."  According to their labels, they are nutritionally identical.See More
Sep 20
Gilbert Edgar, III posted a status
"Culturing P. Plasmodium. Can I use Quaker Quick 1-minute? I understand they are identical to Old Fashion except thinner w/ smaller pieces."
Sep 20
Gilbert Edgar, III liked Heather Barnett's discussion Top Tips for growing Physarum Polycephalum...
Sep 20
 
 
 

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