In this activity you can make a bracelet of DNA sequence from organisms including a human, chimpanzee, butterfly, carnivorous plant or flesh-eating bacteria.
Bronwyn Terrill's insight:
A great way to have fun while exploring codes and patterns. Originally sourced from the American Museum of Natural History, this activity has been repurposed many times by different organisations around the world. This version is still my favourite...
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