Congratulations to Fiona Chaney, the 2014 winner of the Scratch DNA Day Competition. Her wonderful creation highlights the role of Rosalind Franklin in the discovery of DNA.
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Crick said about his discovery of the double helix of DNA, “”However, the data which really helped us to obtain the structure was mainly obtained by Rosalind Franklin.”
The award coincides with the release of the next level in the Scratch Game Design Master Curriculum; the Scratch Animation Orange Belt. Celebrate DNA Day by inviting your child(ren) to begin to program in Scratch by enrolling in the Animator White Belt and making your home, team, or classroom a GrowaGen lab!