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How To Hide Data in Everyday Objects

News   Dec 11, 2019 | Original story from ETH Zurich

 
How To Hide Data in Everyday Objects

A 3D-printed plastic rabbit. The plastic contains DNA molecules in which the printing instructions have been encoded. Credit: ETH Zurich/Julian Koch

 
 
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