Interaction Design   Yeedor   Greatest Design Ever Discovered: The Double Helix

Interaction Design Yeedor Greatest Design Ever Discovered: The Double Helix

Me apaciona todo lo que tiene que ver con la genética, y es algo en lo que quisiera especializarme

Me apaciona todo lo que tiene que ver con la genética, y es algo en lo que quisiera especializarme

Dot one l adn pour generer des motifs uniques

Dot one l adn pour generer des motifs uniques

Giving credit to everyone (even Ms. Franklin). Sounds like fair play to me!

Giving credit to everyone (even Ms. Franklin). Sounds like fair play to me!

Dot one l adn pour generer des motifs uniques

Dot one l adn pour generer des motifs uniques

DNA... One thing i miss about being a bio major is cloning DNA and studying genetics... It's truly fascinating

DNA... One thing i miss about being a bio major is cloning DNA and studying genetics... It's truly fascinating

Rosalind Franklin in her lab, 1950.  Discovered the double helix of DNA along with Watson and Crick.

Rosalind Franklin in her lab, 1950. Discovered the double helix of DNA along with Watson and Crick.

Cocteau's "Orpheus" María Casares (21 November 1922 – 22 November 1996) was a Spanish actress and one of the most distinguished stars of the French stage. She was usually credited in France as Maria Casarès.

Cocteau's "Orpheus" María Casares (21 November 1922 – 22 November 1996) was a Spanish actress and one of the most distinguished stars of the French stage. She was usually credited in France as Maria Casarès.

DNA RedHiRes ~

DNA RedHiRes ~

Even though TV has existed since the 30's, it did not become popular and work very efficiently until the 50's. By the end of the 50's, 90% of households had a TV. This served as a way to allow families to bond. It served as a form of entertainment to all. It also passed news briefly to all people who watched it. It gave housewives something to do when they were done with chores and allowed children to stay quite for some time. TV also passed on models on ways of life that Americans would…

Even though TV has existed since the 30's, it did not become popular and work very efficiently until the 50's. By the end of the 50's, 90% of households had a TV. This served as a way to allow families to bond. It served as a form of entertainment to all. It also passed news briefly to all people who watched it. It gave housewives something to do when they were done with chores and allowed children to stay quite for some time. TV also passed on models on ways of life that Americans would…

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