… is an article from Hessen Schafft Wissen about MOSLA, in which our team talks about the focus of our work on long-term archiving. Michael Schwarz describes our approach: How is data actually stored in DNA? And what place does all of humanity’s knowledge occupy in DNA? Tolganay Kabdullayeva tells about the current state of the read-write process in bacterial DNA. And Stefanie Dehnen and her team member Simon Nier present the second strand of work at MOSLA: a molecular optical storage of data. They are doing pioneering work with this.
The report is illustrated by compelling photos from our team and labs.