DNA Day, April 25, celebrates the discovery and understanding of DNA and the scientific advances that understanding has made possible. It’s the day where those interested in genomics celebrate the 2003 completion of the Human Genome Project and the 1953 discovery of DNA’s double helix. Students, teachers and the public should take advantage of the opportunity to learn about and celebrate the latest advances in genomic research and explore how those advances impact their lives.

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