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+ - Stanford's Quantum Hologram Sets Storage Record->

Submitted by eldavojohn
eldavojohn (898314) writes "It's often assumed that representing data reaches a limit when you get to the point that an atom represents one bit in some form or fashion. But Stanford University researchers have used a quantum hologram model to store the characters 'S' and 'U' by encoding the data at a rate of 35 bits per electron. Will this sort of sub-atomic storage be the future of nanotechnology?"
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