Basic biological molecules used to store data, doesn’t use DNA.
Technologies are quickly advancing the way they store information in computers, CDs, DVDs, and even DNA. Despite these advancements, threats as simple as water and as complex as cyber-attacks can still corrupt the records. Now, a study led by researchers at Harvard develops a new way to store information with the potential to stably house data for millions of years, namely in basic biological molecules. … Continue reading Basic biological molecules used to store data, doesn’t use DNA.