Did you know…?
DNA is short for deoxyribonucleic acid. It is a molecule that encodes genetic instructions and is used in the development of all known living organisms. DNA was first discovered by the Swiss scientist Friedrich Miescher in 1869, but it was not until 1953 that the famous double-helix model featured in this wall sticker was isolated by James D. Watson and Francis Crick.
This DNA wall sticker shows that tiny things can make a big impact! Magnified several thousand times, this accurate representation of a double-helix DNA strand makes the science of genetics come alive in your home.
Our Science Museum wall stickers aren’t just decorative, they’re educational too. This wall sticker comes as 4 individual stickers meaning you can assemble the DNA strand and learn how it fits together to form the building blocks of life.
This pack contains 1x 4-piece sticker set that builds a DNA strand measuring 128cm x 50cm.