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01/11/2011

Biostorage for data

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    The DNA of E.coli bacteria was found to be a great data storage.
    Data compressed into chunks can be placed in different cells and easily located later. This new method enables one gram of E. coli to store the same amount of data as 450 two-terabyte hard drives, and can even be used to store images, music, and videos.
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