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Wait, 1.5mg per petabyte at large scales? Wouldn't that mean a gram could hold (1000/1.5) 667 petabytes and presumably scalable to many grams (eventually)? I understand it's only 650kB right now, but the density is obviously still incredible.



yes. density is astounding. that's why it's in science i presume. mostly because people forget how dense dna information really is.


> i presume

you are either the most humble senior author ever or jerking all our chains. possibly both. congratulations either way.


this is my first senior author paper; i imagine i'll be more haughty after I start teaching a few classes.




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