Flexible fundraisers form human DNA helix

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Flexible fundraisers form human DNA helix

A new fundraising campaign was launched in acrobatic style, as a group of performers created a human DNA helix at King Cross.

The event was held to mark the final year to raise money for the Francis Crick Institute, a medical research centre that will bring together over 1000 scientists.


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