How do DNA computers work?





 A DNA computer is just like an ordinary computer in that it uses zeros and ones to make calculations. However, these basic digital units are not manipulated using electronic circuits and the flow of electrons. Instead, computations are carried out via complicated chemical reactions using the building blocks of a single DNA strand. DNA computers will never provide a replacement for the classic computer, although they could be used to rapidly calculate complex problems with multiple solutions.

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