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Biotech Data Storage Science

Hong Kong Team Stores 90GB of Data In 1g of Bacteria 164

Posted by timothy
from the feed-your-flashdrive dept.
Bananana writes "A research team out of the Chinese University of Hong Kong has found a way to do data encryption and storage with bacteria. The project is called 'Bioencryption,' and their presentation (as a PDF file) is here."
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Hong Kong Team Stores 90GB of Data In 1g of Bacteria

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