With a 'hello,' researchers demonstrate first fully automated DNA data storage
Credit: CC0 Public Domain Researchers from the University of Washington and Microsoft have demonstrated the first fully automated system to store and retrieve data in manufactured DNA—a key step in moving the technology out of the research lab and into commercial data centers. In a simple proof-of-concept test, the team successfully encoded the word "hello" in snippets of fabricated DNA and converted it back to digital data using a fully automated end-to-end system, which is described in a new paper published March 21 in Nature Scientific Reports. DNA can store digital information in a spac...
Mar 21, 2019 15:34 UTC Computing Read More
Women Across 9-Developing Countries Showcase Free Software Coding
Hadeel Mustafa Anabtawi, founder of The Alchemist Lab, Jordan. The United Nations recent International Day of Women and Girls in Science last month came at the right time. Not just the right time for gender equality and women’s empowerment, but it was also the right time in terms of cloud computing in general. The ‘connect and compute from anywhere’ nature of the cloud computing model is supposed to allow most of us (depending on what job we do) to work from anywhere. Access to massive computing power at the cloudy backend opens up new potential for people in third-world and/or developing c...
Mar 21, 2019 10:19 UTC Computing Read More
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