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Microbial encryption

Posted by agaffin , 24 January 2011 · 574 views

Computerworld provides a variety of links on a research project at a Chinese university that used a refrigerated jar of E. coli bacteria to store and encrypt data.




Cute story.

If the Declaration of Independence can be stored in 18 bacteria cells, then all of the spam emails that are sent in one year can be stored in a pimple on my nose.
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