PlayDNA is in the news again – this time in the scientific press.
“Combining art and science in England’s historic heart, a few mavericks produce individual pieces of art from their customers’ DNA.
So is it art, science, or education?” In the case of PlayDNA…..it is a bit of each”.
We’re not sure we’d personally describe ourselves as ‘mavericks’ exactly (!) although we do like to think we’re making science more accessible, fun and cool!
You can read the full article here: Lab Times article
Lab Times has already established itself as one of the most popular Life Science journals in Europe and is recognised as a grassroots magazine produced by scientists for scientists.