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DNA Day – a public festival of events celebrating and investigating genetics

In April 1953 Francis Crick and James Watson published the first paper to describe the structure of DNA. In 1993 the Human Genome project began.

DNA Day is a public festival of events celebrating and investigating genetics. Marked around the world, DNA Day is a chance for us all to think carefully about genetics now and in the future.

The festival runs 23 – 35 April 2020 –  there are film screenings, workshops, lectures, and family activities including:

Find more about these opportunities and all of the forthcoming events at: https://dna-day.org/

For more information contact: Jerome.Degroot@manchester.ac.uk

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