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Your future DNA hard drive will use enzymes

10:46 EDT 8 Jul 2019 | Synbiobeta

All the information contained in a big data center could be stored in a few grams of DNA, but the technology is still too costly to implement. Researchers from Harvard and Technicolor research lab described a new, cheap, enzymatic method to encode information in DNA molecules. This study, published in Nature Communications, shows an alternative […]

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