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Old 22 Aug 2012, 20:39
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Harvard stores 704TB in a gram of DNA

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http://www.engadget.com/2012/08/19/h...a-gram-of-dna/

Shouldn't take long for PB HDD's at this rate
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Old 26 Aug 2012, 13:21
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Interesting but I think we're decades, if not centuries away from this being a useful means of data storage.

Seems like the risk of random mutation will always be there.... One minute you're copying a blu-ray movie to the DNA Drive and the next minute you've accidentally created a new life form...

Maybe the entire universe is someone else's hard drive. ?
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