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Digital DNA

Imagine that all of the information on the Internet could be stored in a drop of liquid. UA researchers are helping to make this idea become a reality using DNA. They are peering into the blueprints of life to see how the complex molecules might be used for computing.

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Art professor John Newman explores the landscape, history and culture of a world war II japanese internment camp in Arkansas and how its inhabitants related to the mostly African-American community that surrounded it.

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