Researchers have developed the world's first synchronous computer that operates on water droplets. The computer has been developed by Manu Prakash, assistant professor of bioengineering in Stanford University. His team has built a unique computer that operates using the unique physics of moving water droplets. The work uses Prakash's expertise in manipulating droplet fluid dynamics with a fundamental element of computer science - an operating clock.
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