NewsExtending nucleic acid memory (NAM)

29th May 2020by admin0

Humanity is creating huge amounts of data every day,
billions of emails and social media updates, new websites,
documents, images, and scientific and commercial big data amounting
to petabytes of storage needs and beyond. It is well recognised
that nucleic acids, the RNA and DNA that encode the proteins needed
to build living things are seemingly quite efficient in storing
information and so taking inspiration from this realm, a team from
India writes in the International Journal of Nano and Biomaterials
how extended nucleic acid memory (NAM) might be the future of data
storage technology.

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