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J. Scientists encode MP3s, PDF, photograph, and algorithm to DNA. Scientists have written MP3 files to DNA, according to a report published in the journal Nature.
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Image courtesy of artida / shutterstock DNA is the building block of life, but in the future it may also be the standard repository for encyclopedias, music and other digital data. Scientists announced yesterday that they successfully converted 739 kilobytes of hard drive data in genetic code and then retrieved the content with 100 percent accuracy.
The researchers began with the computer files from some notable cultural highlights: an audio recording of MLK Jr.’s 1963 “I Have a Dream” speech, all 154 of Shakespeare’s sonnets, and, appropriately, a copy of Watson and Crick’s original research paper describing DNA’s double helix structure. On a hard drive, these files are stored as a series of zeros and ones. Rothschild DNA Project. Scientist implanted with RFID Chip gets computer virus. RFID Chip finally arrived in society. Www.nytimes.com/packages/pdf/national/13inmate_ProjectMKULTRA.pdf. Automated tail tattoos for mouse ID - SOMARK Labstamp. Guidance Documents (Medical Devices and Radiation-Emitting Products) > Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information.
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The closeup reveals several light ports along the probe's edge. Using light to control nerve cells in brain. The first HFSP Nakasone Award was conferred upon Karl Deisseroth at the HFSP Awardees Meeting held in Kovalam, Kerala, India in November 2010. Science writer N. Gopal Raj talked to him during the meeting. The following is reprinted from the national Indian newspaper The Hindu with kind permission of N.
Gopal Raj and The Hindu. Five years back, a group of scientists led by Karl Deisseroth of Stanford University came up with a way to precisely control neurons simply by shining light on them. Such techniques that combine optics with genetics have resulted in the fast-growing field of optogenetics, creating powerful new tools to understand how myriad nerve cells communicate with one another in the hugely complex circuitry that is the brain. Scientists use light to control monkey brains. Timeline Photos.
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Kicked off in September 2010, the project in India seeks to record fingerprint and iris scans from all residents and store them in a central database. Given India’s population of 1.2 billion, it is no surprise that this is considered to be the most technologically and logistically complex national ID efforts ever attempted. The goals of the program are honorable. Modernization through technology is nothing new for India and the government is hoping to be able to leverage the experience it gained over the last two decades while implementing programs to digitize land records, computerize tax filing systems, and provide its citizens with information about government agencies. [Photo credit: BBC News] FBI begins installation of $1 billion face recognition system across America.
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