Eadweard Muybridge’s famous horse locomotion motion-picture sequence was recently encoded onto DNA using CRISPR technology. In this video from Harvard Medical School, George Church, Ph.D., and Seth Shipman, Ph.D., explain how they engineered the technology that enables the chronological recording of digital information in living bacteria.

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