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First Enzyme-Based Memory Created in the Lab

For example, a standard PC can vastly outperform any human at arithmetic.  However, computer scientists have long been fascinated by the ability of biological systems to do tasks, such as face recognition, at speeds and a power efficiency that put the most powerful supercomputers to shame.
Clearly, biology is able of  computing in ways that traditional processors have failed to capture, which is why there is a significant interest in unconventional methods of computing that explore new ways of processing information.
One form of unconventional computing is biochemical and involves using molecules to encode information and using chemical reactions to process it.

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