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Sushi or Storage?

Researchers in Germany and Taiwan were apparently unsatisfied with the various existing uses for salmon and decided to find a new function for the tasty fish, or at least its DNA. Mixing salmon DNA with silver nanoparticles and electrodes, the researchers created a "write-once-read-many-times" data storage device, reports Gizmag's Ben Coxworth.

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