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Microsoft, university researchers break DNA data storage record

Researchers at Microsoft and the University of Washington (UW) said they have broken a world record by storing 200MB of data on synthetic DNA strands.

Researchers said the impressive part about reaching the 200MB milestone is not just how much data they were able to encode onto synthetic DNA and then decode, it’s also the space they were able to store it in. [1]

[1] By Lucas Mearian for Computerworld

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