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5D storage for medical imagery and more

5D glass storage could revolutionize medicine, computing

Nanostructured, data-storing glass

Researchers from the University of Southampton, England, have successfully recorded, read, and erased data from a piece of nano-structured glass. This technique could revolutionize microscopy in general, and medical imaging in specific — and, perhaps more importantly for computing, it could also be used to store binary data, like an optical disc.


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