G-C-T-Art

In this week's Science, Miami-based artist Xavier Cortada describes his recent participartory art installation, Sequentia, in which he "invited 400 museum visitors to help synthesize a DNA molecule" based on postcards they selected at random "depicting one of the four nucleotide paintings and attached them along the exhibit's wall." Kalai Mathee's group at Florida International University then synthesized the

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