Trying to come up with new ways of data storage methods that last long enough, researchers at Harvard University seem to have devised a way that could fit library-sized data into a teaspoon of protein.
It is suggested that the researchers have come with a way of storing data in molecules, specifically oligopeptides. Oligopeptides made up of amino acids are deemed easier to store data and even cheaper than DNA.
How Is Data Stored In Molecules?
Fitting data on molecules can be done using a microwell, which is a metal plate with 384 holes to fill in the oligopeptides of different mass. In order to read what all is written, a device called…
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