Human Cells’ DNA can store complex data, MIT Bio-Engineers found a way to store data & recover it as well to regenerate past memories
Human DNA is way more complex and it has been under study for decades and every time we know a bit more information about it, it has a magic under the hood to surprise the world.
You might know already that our DNA caries vital information from our parents in order to survive the world
- Your Skin Color
- Your Hair Color
- Your Physical Attributes
- Your Parents Habit information
- And most vital Immune information
Where it caries above information it also carries
- Disease Information & infected germs
Last point above triggered the study to know more about DNA in order to come to a conclusion how disease is transferred from one generation to another.
Scientists have managed to record histories in the DNA of human cells, allowing them to recall past “memories.” The advancement could prove vital for researchers studying how cells undergo genetic changes that lead to disease.
The advancement was made by biological engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), using the genome-editing system CRISPR. The system consists of a DNA-cutting enzyme called Cas9 and a short RNA strand. The strand guides the enzyme to a specific area of the genome, directing Cas9 where to make its cut.