Nimesh Chandra

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Invisible unicorns: 35 big companies that started with little or no money

Venture capital is a hell of a drug, and it’s possible to overdose on VC, but for most founders that is a champagne problem. More often the question investors hear is “how do I get a VC to back my startup?” These founders aren’t worried about how overcapitalization will make their IPO prospects …

Startups

UW team stores digital images in DNA — and retrieves them perfectly

All the movies, images, emails and other digital data from more than 600 basic smartphones (10,000 gigabytes) can be stored in the faint pink smear …

Computer Science

Tech Turns to Biology as Data Storage Needs Explode

Researchers have decoded the genomes of mammoths and a 700,000-year-old horse using DNA fragments extracted from fossils in the past few years. DNA …

Genetics

Editing humanity

THE genome is written in an alphabet of just four letters. Being able to read, study and compare DNA sequences for humans, and thousands of other …

Genetics
Genetics

Human Genome -The Biggest Sellout in Human History

<b>I-SIS-TWN Report</b><p>Abstract<p>Governments in the industrialized countries have handed over the human genome to private ownership together with the most …

Experts Held a Secret Meeting to Consider Building a Human Genome From Scratch

Earlier this week, over a hundred scientists, lawyers, and entrepreneurs gathered to discuss the radical possibility of creating a synthetic human …

Should we synthesise a human genome? | Cosmos

<b>At Harvard today</b>, an invitation-only group of about 150 scientists, lawyers, and entrepreneurs, met to discuss if and how to construct from scratch …

Genetics

Researchers can store data in DNA; the hard part is retrieving it

A team of researchers this week announced that they can use DNA to store information for at least 2,000 years, and they're now working on a filing …

Could DNA storage be the future of data storage technology?

Storage is moving out of the realm of magnetics and solid-state electronics and into the world of biology, or DNA to be specific.

SEO

A living library you can water: Plan to store data in the DNA of plants could see all of the world's archives secured in a box of SEEDS

• <b>DNA's four-letter code is being used to capture the '1's and '0's of binary</b>• <b><br>Researchers have incorporated a message into the DNA of a tobacco plant</b>• <b><br>The</b> …

DNA Data Storage Just Got a Bit More Practical

For two years now, researchers have been storing digital information in the form of DNA, but there has remained some question as to whether it’s a …

Nanotech

Half a Million DVDs of Data Stored in Gram of DNA

<b>By Robert F. Service, *Science*NOW</b><p>Paleontologists routinely resurrect and sequence DNA from woolly mammoths and other long-extinct species. Future …

How do you store data on DNA? › Ask an Expert (ABC Science)

How is it possible to encode things like video and text on DNA, and why would researchers attempt such a feat?<p>Earlier this year, Swiss researchers …

Large Hadron Collider

The eternity drive: Why DNA could be the future of data storage

<b>(CNN) —</b> How long will the data last in your hard-drive or USB stick? Five years? 10 years? Longer?<p>Already a storage company called Backblaze is running 25,000 hard drives simultaneously to get to the bottom of the question. As each hard drive coughs its last, the company replaces it and logs its …

Biotechnology

DNA Digital Storage Is The Cure For All Your Big Data Woes. Almost.

In 2013, scientists in the UK published results showing that DNA could be used to archive vast amounts of data. One gram of DNA can hold the equivalent of two petabytes of data it was claimed. In the report published in Nature.com they encoded a clip of Martin Luther King’s classic address from …

Genetics

Breakthrough data storage innovation: One DNA molecule can store tons of data for 1M years

Genetic information stored in DNA molecules makes life on Earth possible, but what if humans could use the same kind of technology to store their own …

Genetics

DNA can now reliably store data for 2,000 years or more - ExtremeTech

By on August 19, 2015 at 9:15 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>In flash memory, as with …

Atoms

Harvard cracks DNA storage, crams 700 terabytes of data into a single gram - ExtremeTech

By on August 17, 2012 at 10:22 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>A bioengineer and geneticist at …

Human Genome Project

RebelMouse vs. WordPress VIP

After building the product for Huffington Post, and owning the product and engineering groups at AOL after we were acquired, it was clear to me there …

Media Industry

The Future Of The DNA Hard Drive

One day we may look to biological rather than physical storage of data...just not yet.<p>Back in August at a chemistry conference, the worlds of science fiction and fact merged with the announcement of a technological advancement in data storage. Instead of using physical means, a group of European …

Genetics

Single DNA molecule could store information for a million years following scientific breakthrough

Scientists have developed a way of storing vast quantities of information for up to a million years in a single molecule of DNA.<p>The breakthrough …

American Chemical Society

GeneArt Strings DNA Fragments Libraries

Synthetic Genes Ready to Clone—Affordable for Every Lab GeneArt Strings DNA Fragments are custom-made linear, double-stranded DNA fragments up to …

GeneArt® Gene Synthesis ordering portal tutorial

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