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3D-printed bunny contains DNA

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According to the teams of Robert Grass at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and Yaniv Erlich at Erlich Lab, a DNA storage company in Israel, “One day he [Erlich] wrote an email – ‘Hey, what if we put real information into your object? That would be really cool,’” 3D-printed bunny contains DNA instructions to make a copy of itself. Using the information, researchers have replicated the rabbit several times, highlighting the potential for using DNA to store information in everyday objects.”

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