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Researchers use CRISPR to store a movie in living bacteria

It’s the first time a video has been recorded into living cells, and the development from Harvard and the Wyss Institute has environmental applications.

Forget iTunes or your old zipper case of DVDs. How about storing movies in a Petri dish of E. coli?

Researchers at Harvard Medical School and

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