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Marijn Roelvink
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  • Den Haag
  • Netherlands

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Light: how does it affect the Physarum?

Started Dec 26, 2015 0 Replies

hi,I've been experimenting with the Physarum for the past few months, and the results showed that the P. Polycephalum shrinks every time it is exposed to hard white light. Does anyone know if this…Continue

Time-lapse programs

Started this discussion. Last reply by ian Dec 15, 2015. 2 Replies

Hey,I'm working now on a research on the Physarum where we examine its growth as an effect of periodic lighting. The only problem is now, that we have a reasonably good webcam (logitech pro 9000),…Continue

In need of Slime Mold

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Ethan Micheal Ledford Oct 20, 2015. 5 Replies

Hey! I'm Marijn roelvink, a student in The Hague, and I'm doing now a schoolresearch on the P. Polycephalum concerning its memory. I was wondering if anyone would happen to have a bit of the P.…Continue


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We're doing a schoolresearch/experiment on the Physarum; we want do research on the memory of the P. Polycephalum, with emphasis on its phase-locking properties.

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Research media

Posted on January 14, 2016 at 8:23 0 Comments

Here is also the video of the mould processed whith MATLAB which was described in our earlier paper.

Research finished! (kind of)

Posted on January 14, 2016 at 8:20 1 Comment

As some might have noticed, I've been working on a schoolpaper (we call it a profielwerkstuk) and we've finally finished it, so here down below you can download our final paper. Have to warn though, we did not exactly manage to do everything we wanted to, but I think it still might be interesting and inspiring to read it. In it is also described a very good method for culturing the mould. Hope you'll enjoy!…


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At 14:45 on October 15, 2015, Marijn Roelvink said…
At 13:49 on October 15, 2015, ian said…

Posting today or tomorrow depending on whether I get out before the post office shuts this evening, sclerotia but you'll have heaps of plasmodium about two days after rehydrating a piece if you feed it well


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