Pocket-sized DNA computers might save the world by 2030

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We first heard about Catalog, a pioneer in DNA-based data storage in October 2020 and did an interview with David Turek, its CEO and an IBM alumnus. 

Almost a year later, they’ve announced a $35 million Series B round, led by Hamwha Impact Partners and plans to launch its first chemical-based computing platform which combines both data management (and storage) and computation via synthetic DNA manipulation.

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