We are developing methods for reliable and efficient encoding, random access,
and decoding of digital data stored in DNA. We are also developing a fully
automated whole system architecture.
As part of this research we have been encoded many cool data items such as a
video from the OK Go band, books from Project Gutenberg, the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights, archival quality songs from the UNESCO Heritage
Montreux Jazz Archive, etc. Please let us know if you
have ideas for interesting and relevant data items!
July 03, 2019
Check out our latest paper in Nature Communications that demonstrates a new assembly protocol, codec and read-until for DNA data storage using nanopores!
May 08, 2019
Check out our review paper in Nature Genetics Reviews for a comprehensive view of the emerging field of DNA data storage.
April 12, 2019
Check out our latest paper in Nature Communications that demonstrates high-density DNA storage on top of PurpleDrop!
March 21, 2019
Our paper demonstrating an end-to-end automated system for DNA data storage (including synthesis and sequencing!) appeared in Scientific Reports.
The paper got some press coverage from GeekWire and a press release from Microsoft.
January 01, 2019
We put together a paper about our vision of
a hybrid molecular-electronic computing platform
that combines traditional silicon computing with DNA data storage and computing.
It’s in the January 2019 issue of the Proceedings of the IEEE.