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Scientists hid encryption key for Wizard of Oz text in plastic molecules

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Scientists hid encryption key for Wizard of Oz text in plastic molecules

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It's "a revolutionary scientific advance in molecular data storage and cryptography".

There have been some inventive twists on the basic method for DNA storage in recent years.

And the stored data can be preserved for long periods—decades, or even centuries.


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Author / Journalist: Jennifer Ouellette

Category: Technology

Topics: Digital keys Polymers Science Molecular encryption Cryptography Digital encryption Chemistry

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Sentiment: Neutral

Fact Checked: Legitimate

Article Type: News Report

News Source URL: arstechnica.com

Readership Location: United States

Published Date: 2022-08-08, 21:46:05

News Timezone: GMT -5:00

Language: English

Original Article Length: 295 words

Reading Duration: 2 minutes read

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News ID: 1499272

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