Technicolor Goes to Harvard

DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, contains tiny molecules of biological instructions that make each species unique. Those instructions can be stored not only on incredibly small form factors at the molecular level, but they are also remarkably durable, with the ability to render the code for thousands and thousands of years. Technicolor and Harvard University scientists have been working together to create a high-tech synthetic DNA process that works in a similar fashion, allowing movies, music, and other creative content and documents to be archived in the smallest of spaces, so that the content can be retrieved and reproduced at any time, many millenniums down the road.

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