Scientists Rewrite DNA Code In Cells With Erasable Digital Data

Scientists Rewrite DNA Code In Cells With Erasable Digital Data
Innovation

Bioengineers from Stanford University have devised a way of repeatedly encoding, storing and erasing digital data within the DNA of living cells.

Emma Hutchings
  • 23 may 2012

Bioengineers from Stanford University have created rewritable digital data storage in DNA. The scientists from the Department of Bioengineering have come up with a reliable method for repeatedly encoding, storing and erasing digital data within the DNA of living cells.

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