DNA Computing

A form of computing, pioneered by Leonard Adleman, in which DNA molecules are used to solve complex mathematical problems. DNA computers allow trillions of computations to be performed simultaneously.

Articles on KurzweilAI.net that refer to DNA Computing

Track 7 Tech Vectors to Take Advantage of Technological Acceleration By Max More
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Chapter 1: The Evolution of Mind in the Twenty-First Century By Ray Kurzweil
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News Articles that refer to DNA Computing

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Biochemical and DNA-Based Nanocomputers
DNA Based Computers
Erik's Molecular Computation Page


DNA Computing and Informatics at Surfaces, University of Wisconsin
This research project is aimed at the development and characterization of complex mixtures of DNA molecules attached to surfaces.

Biochemical and DNA-based Nanocomputers at MITRE