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Chinese University Develops Bacteria to Store Data

A team of 10 Biochemistry students from the Chinese University of Hong Kong has developed a way to store and en/decrypt data onto living bacteria cells. The project called ‘Bioencryption‘ was submitted to MIT’s iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) 2010 contest.

Laptop Webcam Can Tell If Your Heart is Healthy

Ming-Zher Poh, a graduate student at MIT, has made it possible for a webcam to tell how healthy you and your heart are, by just looking at you. There’s no need to hook yourself up to any machine, or test your blood. Just look at the webcam, and you’ll have your result […]