DNA storage could be the only way forward
Just sneeze out your Excel spreadsheet, there's a good chap
The cloud industry is about to hit a major hurdle which can only be overcome by a move to more innovative storage methods, a new report claims.
Microsoft says it is making progress on DNA storage
Reached the minimum speed for viability
Microsoft making some headway, working with the University of Washington's Molecular Information Systems Laboratory, or MISL in creating a nanoscale DNA storage writer.
DNA stores the complete Wizard of Oz
Looks like we aren't in Kansas any more
A team of boffins at the University of Texas at Austin have stuffed a copy of the Wizard of Oz onto a strand of DNA.
Boffins can ID you with a single hair strand
Bald murderers rejoice
The use of a new forensic technique could lead to prisons being full of hairy people.
Microsoft creates DNA drive
Just a bit slow
Software King of the World Microsoft just booted up the first “DNA drive” for storing data.
Online DNA companies promise not to leak
Will ask your permission first
Ancestry, 23andMe and several other top genetic testing companies pledged on Tuesday not to share users' DNA data with others without consent.
DNA could become a storage device
One zettabyte in one gram of DNA
Irish boffins may have come up with a storage solution which puts data in DNA.
Intel warns of evil end-of-the-world tech
Rewrite your DNA on the fly
John Sotos, the chief medical officer of Intel, has warned that the same technology that might someday allow us to defeat illness unleashes the prospect of tailored diseases attacking individuals, families or even whole races and rewriting their genomes on the fly.
Microsoft wants to use DNA storage
If you run out of storage you can just spit.
Boffins from Microsoft and the University of Washington are planning to encode cloud data onto synthetic DNA molecules.
Boffins turn DNA into biocomputer
Still can’t play counterstrike
A team of boffins has come up with a way of genetically engineering the DNA of mammalian cells to carry out complex computations and create biocomputers.