Martyn Amos is a Professor of Novel Computation in the School of Computing, Mathematics and Digital Technology at Manchester Metropolitan University, and an expert on natural computation and DNA computing. He was born in Hexham, Northumberland in 1971. He graduated with a degree in Computer Science from Coventry University in 1993, before earning a Ph.D. in DNA computing in 1997, from the University of Warwick. He then held a Leverhulme Trust Special Research Fellowship at the University of Liverpool, before taking up permanent academic appointments, first at the University of Liverpool (2000–2002) and then the University of Exeter (2002–2006).
- Martyn Amos, (Ed.) (July 2004). Cellular Computing. Oxford University Press (USA). ISBN 0-19-515539-4.
- Martyn Amos (June 2005). Theoretical and Experimental DNA Computation. Springer. ISBN 3-540-65773-8. — The first general text to cover the whole field.
- Martyn Amos (November 2006). Genesis Machines - The New Science of Biocomputing. Atlantic Books. ISBN 1-84354-224-2. — A popular science style introduction to the topic.
- Martyn Amos and Ra Page (Eds.) (November 2014). Beta-Life: Stories from an A-Life Future. Comma Press. ISBN 1-90558-365-6. — A collection of "science into fiction" short stories, based on the themes of "unconventional computing" and artificial life, with accompanying afterwords written by consultant scientists.
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