In DNA were recorded operating system and video, and then were read without errors

Columbia University and New York Genome Center (NYGC) showed that the algorithms for streaming video can actually unleash the full potential of DNA to store large volumes of information with the help of four nucleotides. Scientists Yaniv Erlich (Yaniv Erlich) and Dina Zielinski (Dina Zielinski) selected six dossiers for encoding and recording in DNA. These are computer operating system KolibriOS, the French film "The arrival of the train '1985 voucher code $ 50 for Amazon, computer virus, images of tiles for Pioneer 10 and the study of Claude Shannon in information theory from 1948.
All these files are combined into a single file, which is then divided into short lines binary code. Using a fountain codes are compressed in a random manner as "droplets fountain" blocks combinations 00, 01, 10, 11 for the four nucleic bases of DNA. Each "drop" is marked in a special way, and the blocks are combined into one device. Those skilled generates 73,000 such DNA blocks, each of which contains approximately 200 nucleotides. All information is housed in a text file startup Twist Bioscience, through DNA synthesis becomes in organic shapes. Two weeks after submitting the information team of Ehrlich received a small tube with DNA molecules. Scientists show multiplication of DNA by polymerase chain reaction, which allows to generate a virtually unlimited number of copies of DNA samples. Through technologies for sequencing DNA and reading with the help of special software, the files have been successfully read.