Genesis Machines, by Martyn Amos


By Tom Simonite THERE are some things silicon-based computing will never manage, which is why a much older computing success story is getting lots of attention. For billions of years, biological systems made from DNA and proteins have successfully calculated their way through the world. Using biology to design our own “wetware” could allow us to compute in places silicon won’t go. The pay-offs, for example in medicine, could be considerable. Here Martyn Amos, recipient of the world’s first PhD in DNA computing,
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