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Molecular Environment of Reserving Information (M.E.R.I. Technology)

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The idea of application from DNA information organization for providing the next generation super-computers has been proposed by lessons learned from nature. Thus, molecular environment of reserving information was considered as succeeding generation of a mother-board project containing some subcategories with various applications. MERI, constructed based on the binary coding system using DNA synthesizer machine, enables retrievable reading of molecular structures using DNA sequencer machine. It has high capacity for reservation of information about 1.212 × 1011 Kb/cm2 with long-term stability. It can be used in various fields of science and technology regarding its high capacity, small size and safety measures.

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I. Moradi, V. Nahvi, R. Salehi and M. Behjati, "Molecular Environment of Reserving Information (M.E.R.I. Technology)," International Journal of Intelligence Science, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2012, pp. 103-105. doi: 10.4236/ijis.2012.24014.

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