Talk about what DNA is and the building blocks of DNA such as ACGT. Compare Digital storage now, such as thumb drives of 2GB, to DNA in cells, where one cell can store several GB of information in them while we have trillions of cells within the body. Along with any other information/articles you find please include these articles: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5027317/ & https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5958914/.
Please address at least one of the GSELS criteria listed below. GSELS criteria -Explain how humans can learn from nature to create resilient and efficient solutions. (Please explain how using DNA storage is beneficial because as technology becomes outdated, the uses for current storage devices/reading them becomes obsolete. Whereas DNA is durable and will never become obsolete. We will always be able to read DNA sequences. This will help with waste that is being thrown away and negatively affecting the earth/ecosystems while creating a sustainable digital data storage system.) -Illustrate how uncontaminated air, water, and soil are fundamental to healthy living systems. -Compare and contrast human actions and attitudes toward the community of life and their impact on global well-being. -Diagnose/research the impact of human activities on living systems, with consideration for these s stems’
limits, complexity, and diversity