Molecules can store more information than silicon chips, and this was the largest problem ever solved by a molecular computer — using either DNA or RNA. We also learned how far we can push this technology when we discovered why it made a single error,” said professor Laura Landweber, the leading Princeton researcher on the project. Landweber's colleagues are professor Richard Lipton and post-doctorate candidates Dirk Faulhammer and Anthony Cukras.

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