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...

 

Welcome to the Slime Mould Collective!

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 (or somewhere in between or other) please join and share what you do...

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Natalie Andrew might attend Hans-Günther Döbereiner's event
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The First International Workshop on Physarum Transport Networks at Columbia University

December 3, 2015 to December 5, 2015
This workshop shall unite the growing family of researchers working on Physarum topics or other slime molds encompassing a wide range of disciplinesSee More
Jul 21
Natalie Andrew liked Hans-Günther Döbereiner's event The First International Workshop on Physarum Transport Networks
Jul 21
Natalie Andrew liked Heather Barnett's event Physarum computing sessions at ECAL conference, York, UK, July
Jul 21
Natalie Andrew replied to Fabian Morón Zirfas's discussion What household product does the slime mold NOT grow on?
"How about salt?"
Jul 21
jnnstl replied to jnnstl's discussion Slime mold experts in Tokyo?
"PS In regards to the same project, I am also looking for Vienna-based slime mold experts/enthusiasts. Please let me know if you are or know of one?"
Jul 20
Robert Volpe posted a photo

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Close-up of F.septica aethalium
Jul 19
Robert Volpe posted a photo

F.s.-pigment01

A close-up of the edge of an aethalium of what I think is Fuligo septica. The border of pigmentation.
Jul 18
Heather Barnett posted events
Jul 18
Robert Volpe updated their profile
Jul 18
Sarah Roberts liked Steven Shaviro's discussion Mating types?
Jul 17
Steven Shaviro posted a discussion

Mating types?

I am trying to find out how many mating types there are of Physarum polycephalum in its haploid unicellular stage. Older scientific research articles mention that there are at least four; but I haven't been able to find anything stating either that four is the definitive number, or that there are more.Many thanks to anyone who can illuminate me about this.See More
Jul 17
Profile IconNijesh Upreti and Robert Volpe joined The Slime Mould Collective
Jul 16
Bjorli Lehrmann left a comment for Niels K. Mortensen
"Tak Niels :)Didn't know of this place before. Now I will look around. "
Jul 14
Anna Teterkina is attending Hans-Günther Döbereiner's event
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The First International Workshop on Physarum Transport Networks at Columbia University

December 3, 2015 to December 5, 2015
This workshop shall unite the growing family of researchers working on Physarum topics or other slime molds encompassing a wide range of disciplinesSee More
Jul 14
Anna Teterkina liked Hans-Günther Döbereiner's event The First International Workshop on Physarum Transport Networks
Jul 14
Niels K. Mortensen left a comment for Bjorli Lehrmann
"Velkommen til Bjørli! Was wondering when and not if you would appear here... Regards, Niels."
Jul 13
 
 
 

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All members are welcome to create sub-groups to connect people with common interests, i.e. particular species, foragers, slime mould swaps, slime mould as metaphor for human cooperation… etc.

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