Francis Crick Collection

The discovery in 1953 of the double helix, the twisted-ladder structure of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), by James Watson and Francis Crick marked a milestone in the history of science and gave rise to modern molecular biology, which is largely concerned with understanding how genes control the chemical processes within cells. In short order, their discovery yielded ground-breaking insights into the genetic code and protein synthesis. This collection is housed in the Crick Room, Mill Hill School, London (founded 1807) where Sir Francis Crick received his early education.

This series of science art prints, reflects the complexity of research and discoveries in biology and science of DNA. A recurring theme in this Fine Art print series is the inclusion of the labyrinth — an ancient contemplative tool symbolizes these elements.

Due the advance in Giclee print technology, we are now able to offer prints via an established specialist UK print house at a very competitive price. We can offer the highest quality archival safe lightfast inks on the best quality 310gsm paper.

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