A super-resolution optical storage technique enabled by DNA nanotechnology and the design of resonance energy transfer (RET) networks are demonstrated. The enhancement in storage density stems from non-linear interactions between excitons on the nanostructured RET circuits, which permit large-scale multiplexing with a small set of addressing wavelengths and a single output channel.
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