April 25th National DNA Day

April 25th National DNA Day

Today was created in 2003 to commemorate the Human Genome Project which discovered DNA’s double helix back in 1953. What else needs to be said? We all got DNA, might as well use it and that double helix really makes things twice as good as a single one! It is important to remember days like today because they would be so easy to forget otherwise. And why is it national? Why shouldn’t it be!?!

How to celebrate – Read about the Human Genome Project. (If you can find a book on it) Throw a DNA party. Become a scientist.

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