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Storing Digital Binary Data into DNA Cells

The New Paradigm, 1st Edition

By Rocky Termanini

CRC Press

408 pages

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Description

The idea of storing digital data in a DNA living cell is truly mind blowing. It is the most optimum option because conventional storage is asymptotically going to hit the wall soon. We can encode images and movies into DNA in a living cell that acts as a molecular recorder and collects data over time. Converting digi-information to DNA-information is a great historical milestone to link future generations to our present. This book explains the bio-engineering process of storing digital information such as videos, photos in motion, secret writings, and medical records inside DNA.

Table of Contents

1. Discovery of the Book of Life: The DNA.

2. The Amazing Human DNA System Explained.

3. The Miraculous Anatomy of Digital Immunity.

4. The Digital Universe without DNA.

5. The Digital Universe with DNA: The Magic of CRISPR.

6. Step 1 Encoding: Getting DNA on Board.

7. Step 2 Synthesizing DNA-Encoded Data.

8. Step 3 Sequencing DNA-Encoded Data.

9. Step 4: Encoding DNA-Data.

10. Fusing DNA with Digital Immune Ecosystem.

11. DNA Heading for Smart City.

12. DNA-Data and Social Crime.

13. DNA-Data and Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism.

14. DNA Is a Time Machine, Storing Videos and Movies for 10,000 Years.

15. DNA and Religion.

Glossary.

Appendices.

About the Author

Dr. Rocky Termanini, CEO of MERIT CyberSecurity Group, is a subject matter expert in IT security and brings 46 years of crossindustry

experience at national and international levels. He is the designer of the "Cognitive Early-Warning Predictive System" and

"The Smart Vaccine™" which replicates the human immune system to protect the critical infrastructures against future cyber wars.

Dr. Termanini spent five years in the Middle East working as a security consultant in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the UAE.

Professor Termanini’s teaching experience spans over 30 years. He taught Information Systems courses at Connecticut State

University, Quinnipiac University, University of Bahrain, University College of Bahrain, Abu Dhabi University, and lectured at Zayed

University in Dubai.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
COM032000
COMPUTERS / Information Technology
COM037000
COMPUTERS / Machine Theory
COM053000
COMPUTERS / Security / General
MAT000000
MATHEMATICS / General