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Ansa Biotechnologies collaborates with Microsoft Research to help unlock scalable and sustainable DNA data writing technology

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“Synthetic DNA, at its root a tiny storer of information, offers a potential pathway toward significantly reducing the amount of space and material needed for future archival storage needs… DNA can be incredibly durable and can last thousands of years, unlike tape, which needs to be rewritten every 30 years at best.”

”We’re also working with Ansa Biotechnologies to develop a set of enzymatic reagents that are specifically tailored for our electrochemical array. We are always interested in learning about new chemistries and other technology that could make DNA data storage more sustainable.”

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