DNA Origami by Alex Bateman @sangerinstitute @emblebi

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    DNA origami: follow a set of instructions to create their own origami DNA molecule. This activity provides a fun and hands-on way of learning about the double helix structure of DNA.

    From Alex Bateman at the Sanger www.sanger.ac.uk/research/faculty/abateman/

    see DNA Origami and DNA, Diversity and You courtesy of www.sanger.ac.uk and www.ebi.ac.uk

    alexbfree, mars_discovery_district, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. drongomala 49 months ago | reply

      Lovely idea and nice close up.

    2. h_ans 44 months ago | reply

      有意思,很可爱。

    3. galithalfon 22 months ago | reply

      hi, I used your photo in a site for families with special need kids.
      xshavir.org.il/2012/06/genetic-carriers-fragile-x.html
      its an israeli non-profet organization and I gave you credit & link.
      thank you for sharing!

    4. thedescrier 15 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this photo CC licensed.
      We used it in a piece here:
      descrier.co.uk/science/2013/01/data-storage-in-dna/

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