World’s chip-grade silicon is dwindling. Boise State is working on an alternative: DNA

The world’s supply of silicon that is pure enough for computer chips is dwindling. Scientists at Boise State University are working to develop a new kind of memory made with engineered DNA.
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The world’s supply of silicon that is pure enough for computer chips is dwindling. Scientists at Boise State University are working to develop a new kind of memory made with engineered DNA.

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September 27, 2018 11:19 AM