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DNA Day, Discuss Among Yourselves
April 25, 2016
It’s DNA Day, a day to reflect on just how far we’ve come in genetic science – from the discovery of the double helix structure in 1953 to decoding the...
DNA Relatives Milestone
May 06, 2015
Last month for DNA Day, 23andMe took a look back at some of our own milestones, but a few of our customers pointed out a glaring omission from that list...
Happy DNA Day
April 21, 2015
To mark another DNA Day, 23andMe decided this year to take a look back, not just of some milestones in modern genetic science, but also our own company’s history. What’s...
A DNA Day Quiz
April 25, 2014
It’s been more than 60 years since Francis Crick and James Watson described the double helix structure of DNA. And a little over a decade since scientists first decoded the...
Happy DNA Day!
April 24, 2014
A national survey by 23andMe found that most Americans said that knowing their genetic information could help them manage their health. In celebration of DNA Day on April 25th, 23andMe...
23andMe DNA Day Essay Contest
February 28, 2014
23andMe kicks off its student community with a 2014 DNA Essay contest open to college level medical, nursing and pharmacy students.
Hey, It’s DNA Day
April 25, 2013
Although every day is DNA day for us here at 23andMe, today is actually National DNA Day. Established ten years ago, DNA Day is meant to encourage everyone to take...
DNA Day: Educate and Celebrate
April 20, 2012
We at 23andMe have a special place in our hearts for National DNA Day, and we’re teaming up with the Khan Academy to celebrate!
23andMe is Celebrating DNA Day a Little Early With a Sale!
April 11, 2011
Although DNA Day is officially April 15th, we at 23andMe just couldn’t wait that long. So we’re celebrating early with a big sale! For a limited time, you can order...
April 23, 2010
Well, maybe we should say DNA weekend. Sunday is officially DNA day, but a lot of festivities are happening today to accommodate classroom schedules. Check your local libraries...