Braden Perry Featured Discussing New Developments in DNA Storage

Braden Perry Featured Discussing New Developments in DNA Storage

TechNewsWorld sources Perry for his regulatory and compliance knowledge regarding new technology research done at a Swedish University in Zurich.  New developments show a method that embeds artificial DNA into an object. This new process is being called “DNA of Things“, or “DoT”, a storage architecture to create materials with immutable memory.

“With the ability to embed information in any object, including plasma or liquid objects, the possibilities are endless. The technology could allow any object to have  its own “DNA” with the ability to replicate that object at any time, Perry explained. “Paint colors could be recreated without unreliable color matching. Organic compounds could be tagged to be able to be identically reproduced,” he suggested.”

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