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Forget the days of filling out questionnaires about your likes and dislikes, or lying about your bad habits online; these days the answer to true love is only a cheek swab away.

The latest tool for finding your perfect partner is DNA matching.

He set his sights on creating something unique to supplement the growing world of digitized dating, and Dating DNA was released in i Tunes as the original free, full-featured dating app in the store.

So some sites are helping people narrow the field by using an algorithm – a set of logical instructions for solving a problem – to find love online.

The report was undertaken by the students for their consulting project, where they are required to work on a real business brief by an external company as part of their degree. Sarah Wilsey, Programme Manager of the MSc Management programme at Imperial College Business School said: “This consulting project with e Harmony demonstrates our students’ ability to take the business knowledge and skills they learn during their degree, such as marketing, strategy and research and apply them to a real business brief.

The students took a creative approach to the project, drawing on both their business skills and knowledge of Imperial College as a global leader in technology and innovation.”“The consulting project is a key part of the MSc Management that allows students to develop hands-on experience, preparing them for a wide range of careers in management, such as consultancy and financial services.”The report predicts that in 25 years the rate at which data can be shared will be so fast that all five human senses could be digitally simulated to create a full-sensory virtual reality.

Our busy modern lives make it hard to meet new people, so more and more of us are turning to technology to find that special someone.

Once the last resort for lonely hearts, online dating has become socially acceptable, even widespread – 4.7 million British people visited a dating site during 2008.