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Happy DNA Day!

Today, April 25, is National DNA Day. This is an obscure holiday, ranking somewhere above International Violin Day but probably below the recent pi day… 307 more words

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The Beauty of Double Helix Newest Release, Phoebe, and 2018 Test Batches

It’s not surprising that Clio is one of Double Helix Glassworks‘ most popular silver glass – with its translucent/transparent quality, flameworkers can layer Clio on top of colored glasses and achieve different results. 139 more words

Envision

Double Helix Test Batches 2018

The International Society of Glass Beadmakers annual glass conference, the Gathering, is next week in Las Vegas, and after a year of absences, Double Helix Glassworks… 78 more words

Envision

There is no safe place

There is no safe place
when your temple is crumbled
and the monkeys take it
and soil it. And leave 
discarded fruits and shit piles

There is no retreat
when the club's glass was blown out
just shards of memories
that stab in the most uncomfortable
of places-thin shards
that right when you think they're gone
they're at it stinging again

There is no universe
that I can hum along to. 18 more words
Poems

DNA and Design

Imagine walking down the beach and coming across the words “Romeo loves Juliet” written in the sand. Most of us have experienced something like this and would not be surprised, but most people would be surprised to find the entire text of William Shakespeare’s play… 3,213 more words

Biology

Women's History Month: Rosalind Franklin (1920-1958)

Confession: I have a semi-obsession with today’s featured woman.

Rosalind Franklin was born in London in 1920. By the age of 15, she knew she wanted to be a scientist. 524 more words

Women