Los Angeles Times
Who needs film when you can store a movie in bacteria DNA?
Los Angeles Times
You might call it the smallest movie ever made. This week, a team of scientists report that they have successfully embedded a short film into the DNA of living bacteria cells. The mini-movie, really a GIF, is a five-frame animation of a galloping
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Published On: Wed, Jul 12th, 2017

Who needs film when you can store a movie in bacteria DNA? – Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times

Who needs film when you can store a movie in bacteria DNA?
Los Angeles Times
You might call it the smallest movie ever made. This week, a team of scientists report that they have successfully embedded a short film into the DNA of living bacteria cells. The mini-movie, really a GIF, is a five-frame animation of a galloping ...
Scientists Code an Animated GIF Into DNAGizmodo
See the first movie recorded on the DNA of living cellsCNET
Scientists Used CRISPR to Put a GIF Inside a Living Organism's DNAMIT Technology Review
Nature.com -The San Diego Union-Tribune -STAT -Chemistry World (subscription)
all 20 news articles »

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