360 terabytes of information can fit on one sliver of nanostructured quartz. With this tech, we can store literally the whole of human history.
The technique uses femtosecond laser pulses to write data in the 3D structure of quartz at the nanoscale. The pulses create three layers of nanostructred dots, each just microns above the other.
This looks revolutionary but of course the underlying principles are pretty basic, among them that even pencil markings are conductive. In this case the conductivity has been increased dramatically with the inclusion of silver. By itself that means we are unlikely to see this in commercial production any time soon.
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