Turning DNA into a hard drive

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Silicon-based computers are fine for typing term papers and surfing the Web, but scientists want to make devices that can work on a far smaller scale, recording data within individual cells. One way to do that is to create a microscopic hard drive out of DNA, the molecule that already stores the genetic blueprints of all living things.

View the original article here: Turning DNA into a hard drive – Los Angeles Times

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