The Molecular Information Systems Lab (MISL) at the University of Washington built this nice, purple derivate of an OpenDrop. The team uses it to explores the intersection of information technology and molecular-level manipulation with applications such as DNA-based data storage. Source: https://apps.sciencefriday.com/data/reawakening.html
It seems Sharon Newman who contacted me on the project and got an original OpenDrop device inspired Luis Ceze (left) and Karin Strauss (right).
And not just them, also Darpa seems interested: “Molecules offer a very different approach to ‘computing’ than the 0s and 1s of our existing digital systems,” says Anne Fischer, program manager for Darpa’s Molecular Informatics program
Pictures Credit: Dennis Wise/University of Washington