Soon, you too can become a flash drive.
January 24, 2013 7:40 AM Subscribe
Scientists at the European Bioinformatics Institute successfully encoded several different file formats onto strands of synthetic DNA
, which were then sent to an American lab and sequenced to extract the data. Selections included Shakespeare, audio of Dr. Martin Luther King, and photos of their lab. If the idea sounds vaguely familiar, you've probably been reading Dresden Codak.
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