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Origami, Art, illustrations, Paintings- Art in science-Yup studying genetics is fun

Posted Sep 12 2008 1:35pm

I have written about the company DNA11 who makes graphic arts and illustration from your DNA fingerprinting. As more reseacrh papers are getting published in genetics fields there will be more useful commerical products in the market for healthcare and clinical application

But its good to see if some of these ventures can catch and attract the interest of youngsters especially at a stage when US and European governmnets lament about the lack of interests among students to opt for science subjects and research

here is a lists of few such stratups that offer DNA art and promises to put some fun in DNA research and my favourite among them DNA ARt.


web2DNA convert your website to DNA art

DNA origamiKer Than has written a blog on DNA origami . Dont writ it off as just fun the caltech researchers plans to use the technology to build faster computers. Paul Rothemund talkes about a method of creating nanoscale shapes and patterns using DNA termed as scaffolded DNA origamiā€ so you can make nano copies of smilies or the world using DNA

DNA Artistry offers a similar service to DNA11 offering portratis and personalizeda rt with your DNA

DNA portrait offers DNA portrait art collage

Genome Quilt encoding genetic information in quilt designs


Microarray Art by ReLman Lab at stanfordRelman Lab microarray art

My favourite was DNA ArT offering dnaCode, your personal code will be lasered into a solid, high quality, clear crystal block and the DNA aRT your DNa as a painting in 9 colors

DNa code

Filed under: DNA art, DNA computer, bioinformatics blog, digital DNA, microarray blog, science blog, six degrees of separation

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