Scientists have successfully stored information into artificial DNA strands and injected them into bacteria that maintained the data by reproducing. Bacteria can withstand exposure to radiation and are immune to electromagnetic pulses that can wipe out electronic storage. The proof of concept was storing the words to “It’s a Small World After All”–very appropriate. More complicated than stone tablets, but this could be the future of permanent storage.

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