Two young researchers in California are working on the data storage system of the future. And it doesn’t involve creating new memory sticks or hard drives. They want to use the same molecule that stores our genetic information.
One year on from the Christmas market terrorist attack, people affected are set to get more money and better help. It's the latest step in efforts to make up for a poor initial response to the tragic events in Berlin.
The human race is producing digital data at an unprecedented rate. Storage media such as DVDs, CDs and hard drives have a lifespan of about ten years. Will our data still be preserved in 20 or 30 years' time?
The German chancellor has warned against strict interpretations of EU-wide data protection laws. The comments suggest a major shift in the German government's approach to data storage.
Bioelectronic medicine is embryonic. But British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline and US tech firm Alphabet see its potential. With one eye on research and another on your data, they will jointly invest millions.
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