The world will generate 160 zettabytes of data in 2025. That’s more bytes than there are stars in the observable universe. Conventional storage media like flash-drives and hard-drives do not have the longevity, data density, or cost efficiency to meet the global demand. CATALOG is building the world’s first DNA-based platform for massive digital data storage.


We are looking for talented individuals with excellent communication skills. A career at CATALOG will challenge you to work independently, think critically, and conquer new problems in an unexplored and groundbreaking field. Join us as we pioneer the future of digital data storage.

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From The Economist: “Hard drives take up space. Their storage ratio is about 30m gigabytes per cubic metre. Catalog’s method can store 600bn gigabytes in the same volume. For organisations such as film studios and particle-physics laboratories, which need to archive humongous amounts of information indefinitely, the ratio of the two ratios, as it were, may soon favour DNA.”

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With top-tier VC funding and the resources of the Harvard Life Lab, CATALOG is building the world’s first DNA-based platform for massive digital data storage.

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Our unique encoding scheme and combinatorial approach allows for dramatic cost reductions and gains in throughput, making DNA-based storage a reality.

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