Using CRISPR to Store Data in DNA
Some scientists at Harvard have demonstrated the ability to edit the DNA E. coli bacteria to store the data in an animated GIF file.
This is just scratching the surface of the possibilities of using biological systems to store data as a means of preservation for long-term storage.
After you read the article below, imagine combining this technology with blockchain to preserve very large data sets across a biological ecosystem.
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