According to researchers, using this method, the entire contents of the New York Public Library could be stored within a teaspoon of protein molecules.
The organization plans to launch a data-filled satellite later this year. Already, some of its 'citizens' are uploading copyrighted files to the satellite's website.
When CDs and USBs just won’t cut it.
160 reasons why we cherish antiquarian tomes.
Scientists are encoding data into the DNA of trees.
If you're paying three times as much to buy reliability, you're paying for nothing.
The future of human history has a problem: Digital information is even more ephemeral than the physical world.
Sic transit data.