Cultural aspects of DNA

The culture of DNA is really about the history of the discovery and how the discovery of DNA influences society.

The Culture of DNA may even  deal with the influence of DNA itself may have on the development of culture itself. 

Cultural aspects of DNA includes aspects such as how art, music have been inspired by DNA, in particular it’s helical structure. 


The John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University uses themes of DNA bases, A, T, C, G, as part of the architecture . image: R.Conan-Davies


The John Curtin School of Medical Research building has a twisted style also reminiscent of the curve of DNA molecule. image R.Conan-Davies

The publication of the structure of DNA was on the 25th of April 1953

Here is the PDF link to the paper