Scientists have proven the ability to create computers based on DNA
Researchers from the University of Manchester under the supervision of Professor Ross king, designed a computing device on the basis of deoxyribonucleic acid. If you think of DNA as the programming language of life, why not create on its basis a computer that can perform calculations? If DNA is able to give orders to the white blood cells to attack the infection, or cause hair to grow, it is theoretically possible to adapt it to process huge amounts of data. That was proved by British scientists.