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Google, AWS race to secure DNA analytics market 
By Sharon Begley, Caroline Humer | Jun 5, 2015 | Comment Now 
Researchers look to create personalised treatments in the cloud
Acquiring your digital DNA 
By William Confalonieri | Apr 24, 2015 | Comment Now 
[Blog post] Is your digital transformation just window dressing?
Researchers make DNA data storage breakthrough 
By Juha Saarinen | Feb 18, 2015 | Comment Now 
Data retention for eternity.
German telco sends in drones to mark cables 
By Juha Saarinen | Oct 2, 2013 | Comment Now 
Crims cop a load of DNA.
CrimTrac to widen its DNA matching net 
By Paris Cowan | Sep 18, 2013 | Comment Now 
Looks for a solution that will find family links in the haystack.
IBM looks to DNA for next-generation chips 
By Ian Williams | Aug 18, 2009 | Comment Now 
Nanotechnology design breakthrough claimed.
Silicon valley stars to send DNA into space 
By Sylvie Barak | Sep 8, 2008 | Comment Now 
As if it wasn't enough that nerds control the world, now they want to conquer space, with Silicon Valley ‘celebs’ lining up to send their digitised DNA off to the final frontier.
Boffins build artificial DNA 
By Iain Thomson | Jul 9, 2008 | Comment Now 
Japanese scientists claim to have created the world's first artificial DNA, a development that brings DNA computing much closer..
EU governments agree to DNA database sharing 
By Fiona Raisbeck | Jun 14, 2007 | Comment Now 
A DNA and personal information database will be shared between all the police forces in Europe under new plans agreed by EU governments yesterday.
Boffins store data in bacterial DNA 
Mar 5, 2007 | Comment Now 
Researchers promise robust stortage lasting 'millions of years'.
IBM partners human history project 
May 5, 2005 | Comment Now 
National Geographic and IBM have partnered on a five-year research project that will sample DNA from hundreds of thousands of people to map human migration patterns through ...
IBM scientists decode the DNA of spam 
By René Millman | Aug 25, 2004 | Comment Now 
IBM scientists have used a mix of DNA analysis techniques and Feng-Shui to combat the growing tide of spam.
Police to collect DNA of the innocent 
By Dan Ilett | Jul 23, 2004 | Comment Now 
The UK House of Lords has allowed police to keep the DNA records of innocent people on file indefinitely.
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