Molecular Information Storage (MIST)
The Molecular Information Storage program seeks to use sequence-controlled polymers as the basis for deployable storage technologies that can eventually scale into the exabyte regime and beyond with reduced physical footprint, power and cost requirements relative to conventional storage technologies.
- Polymer science
- Synthetic biology
- Synthesis technology
- Sequencing technology
- Storage controller technology
- Error-correcting codes
- LANL Science Briefs: DNA: Is that where we’ll be storing data next?
- C4ISRNet: Where to store all this intelligence data? How about DNA?
- GeekWire: Microsoft and Univ. of Washington join Georgia Tech team in $25M DNA data storage project
- GeneEngNews: DNA Digital Data Whets Its Appetite
- GenomeWeb: IARPA Commits $48M to DNA Data Storage
- BusinessWire: IARPA Funds Team Involving DNA Script, the Broad Institute, and Harvard University for DNA Data Storage Research and Development
- GTRI: $25 Million Project Will Advance DNA-Based Archival Data Storage
- ODNI: IARPA Announces Launch of the Molecular Information Storage Program
- DNA: The Ultimate Data-Storage Solution
- LANL: Translation Software Enables Efficient DNA Data Storage
- DNA: Nature's data center
- A Smear of DNA Can Hold 10,00 Gigabytes of Data