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A “Lite-Brite” for DNA Data Storage – Freethink

A new method for DNA data storage uses light-emitting strands of DNA to encode digital messages, eliminating the need for sequencing.

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Every time we send an email, like a tweet, or do something else online, we generate data and because we do a lot online, we generate a lot of data: about 2.5 quintillion bytes’s worth every day.
Most of this data is stored in servers at data centers, which are costly, energy intensive, and take up a lot of physical space.
DNA is a promising storage alternative to data centers, and now, Boise State University researchers have developed a new method for DNA data storage that eliminates a major hurdle…

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