Data Storing Bacteria Could Last Millennia

New technology developed by Keio University researchers that creates artificial bacterial DNA that can carry more than 100 bits of data within the genome sequence. The researchers claimed that they encoded e= mc² 1905! on the common soil bacteria, Bacillius subtilis. The bacteria-based data storage method has backup and long-term archival functionality

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