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After Microsoft’s DNA storage announcement and that of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), a...

After Microsoft’s DNA storage announcement and that of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), a team from China led by Liu Hong, a professor at Southeast University in the country’s Jiangsu Province, has made another announcement regarding a new process they’re developing that could give China the edge in the race to get the first mass-market DNA storage device (Catalog’s Shannon is the first commercial storage device but like the first computers in the 1950’s and 1960’s, it isn’t ready for widespread adoption).

Reports published in a number of Chinese outlets via the Xinhua news agency highlight the fact that this technology is taking a different approach to Western alternatives. Rather than storing them on a long ribbon just like tape, they split the content into sequences and stored these on different electrodes.