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In this craft-based activity, learners make DNA sequence bracelets that carry the code of an organism such as a human, trout, chimpanzee or butterfly. This activity reinforces the principle of complementary base pairs as learners are given one strand of the sequence and they have to match up the other strand correctly.

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from MIT Technology Review

Researchers Use DNA to Program Cells to Make Tissues

Sticky DNA Could be the Key to Making Organs in a Lab Researchers build three-dimensional tissues by using DNA to program how they attach to each other.

During DNA replication, each strand of the original molecule acts as a template for the synthesis of a new, complementary DNA strand.