DNA as a bulk storage medium. This is not science fiction, but one of the topics which will be on Thursday 31 March, on the lecture given at the University of Pardubice, MD. Ing. Vitezslav Kříha, Ph.D.
The lecture, entitled ** ** DNA technology holds Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists – Pardubice branch, in collaboration with the Institute of Mathematics of the Faculty of Economics and Management (FES) and the Department of electrical engineering, electronics and safety equipment (KEEZ) Jan Perner Transport Faculty (DFJP). The lecture will be held on Thursday, 31 ** March in the auditorium in building B3 DFJP from 17 hours .**
The lecture will ** MD. Ing. Vitezslav Kříha, Ph.D. Faculty of Electrical Engineering ** given DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid. The main function of the double helix, consisting of two chains, called nucleotides, the storage of genetic information. DNA has long been studied but not only in molecular biology and slowly spreads to other disciplines.
Kříha in her lecture tries to bring the future of DNA technology. DNA is the carrier of information is a quality which has been proved already in nature. Therefore, the argument that DNA could be used in the future as a parallel computer, or at least as a memory device, is not only a fantastic vision that falls into the genre of science fiction, but seriously intended statement, which is based on research findings.
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