Researchers say they have been able to store the digital data of thumbnail-sized images on molecules smaller than DNA and retrieve it with ~99% accuracy (Ruby Prosser Scully/New Scientist)

Ruby Prosser Scully / New Scientist:
Researchers say they have been able to store the digital data of thumbnail-sized images on molecules smaller than DNA and retrieve it with ~99% accuracy  —  DNA isn´t the only molecule we could use for digital storage.  It turns out that solutions containing sugars, amino acids and other small molecules could replace hard drives too.

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