DNA Spiral, Times Square, Newcastle


This galvanised steel sculpture of the DNA spiral is by Charles Jencks, 2000. It is located in Times Square in the of the International Centre for Life in Newcastle. The sculpture was unveiled on the 18th June 2000 by James Watson, the scientist, who along with Francis Crick, discovered DNA in 1953 .

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The DNA Spiral

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The DNA Spiral, Times Square

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