Microsoft researchers have found a way to add file systems to DNA, bringing the reality of DNA data storage a few steps closer.
Researchers have successfully proven that viruses can be weaponized to infect computers and take them over. And if that’s not the premise of a dystopian sci-fi novel, I don’t know what is. The University of Washington recently baked malware into a genetic molecule and then infected a system analyzing it. If it sounds like DNA data
Imagine a world where instead of using a hard drive, you store your data in your own genes: up to 1,000,000,000 TB in a speck on your hand. Science fiction? Not quite. Big name companies like Microsoft believe DNA data storage is the future, and are investing heavily into it. The reason is simple: the digital data