Images can now be stored in the DNA of living thingsA team of Harvard scientists led by Seth Shipman just announced (paywall) that using Crispr-Cas9 gene-editing technology, they’ve encoded images directly into living E. coli, a species of bacteria. Here’s how they did it: You start with any image (Shipmen and his colleagues chose a picture of a hand and a gif that depicts a…


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