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“We can now assemble a DNA scaffolding on a pre-existing template, such as a computer chip and then assemble nanocomponents on top of DNA,” said Richard Kiehl, a professor of electrical engineering.
This technology would enable computers to identify objects in images in a blink of an eye. The speed at which computer could find objects would near speed of eye and brain doing same thing!
Revolutions in genetics have only just begun and surprisingly we are finding ways to put newly found data in practice – in a totally different way as first perceived, I might also add.
Khalil A.Cassimally is the editor in chief of Astronomy Journal and Astronomy Journal Ezine. He is also the co-founder of the RCPL Astronomy Club. He is currently Senior Columnist at BackWash.com and Columnist for bbc.co.uk h2g2 The Post where he writes 'Not Scientific Science' column.