Yup, its what the title says, Chinese scientists are learning to turn bacteria into data storage devices. "The team has devised a way to encrypt and store information in the DNA of bacteria to such an effective degree that they say just one gram of E. coli could store the same amount of data as 450 two-terabyte hard drives." That is crazy futuristic. They even have a three tier sercurity system devised so there could be no cyber threats. Another interesting thing is that since bacteria keeps replicating theoretically they could store data reliably for millennia. I wonder if were going to find some hidden data infused in our own DNA left from some alien speices that's been extinct.