A microfluidic DNA processor developed by Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and University of Minnesota researchers is capable of computation and reading and writing data stored within DNA.
The DNA "lab-on-chip" prototype supports artificial neural network computations on data stored within DNA, specifically microfluidic solutions of manipulated DNA molecules.
It is also capable of mathematical and non-linear calculations.
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