Biocomputer, a special computer, can recover images from DNA storage and also needs no interface for interaction with biological systems, like living creatures.

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According to a report in The Verge, a biomolecular computer that has been made in a test tube can decode images stored in DNA. This special computer has been created by the scientists from The Scripps Research Institute and Technion and Israel Institute of Technology. This biomolecular computer created a mixture of DNA molecules, enzymes, and ATP, which is a substance that gives energy to human cells.


This very mixture was actually able to decrypt information from a DNA chip as shown in the picture above. These images were first encrypted onto the chip and then decrypted by the computer. Then it was coloured in a way so as to reveal specific patterns and particular sequences.

This also means that multiple images could be overlapped on the same chip and then later recovered separately revealing different genetic sequences. The biomolecular computer does not need to have any interface on which to depend for its interactions. It can interact directly without any such support to other biological systems, including living beings.

Though this research has been a breakthrough in its own way, however, it is not the first time DNA has been used as a storage method. The experts believe that it is one of the best applications of technology. Being a special computer, it could only be used by the experts and researchers in the field relevant for its application. Biomolecular computers have the ability to store lengthy and large-scale data. The details of this research are published in Angewandte Chemie, a German journal of chemistry.

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