The London-based creative agency Territory created this elegant video for BBC Knowledge. It explains the role and function of DNA.
It’s fun to watch, but I finds it a little more inspirational than instructional. In my opinion, the spoken words are actually more explanatory than the graphics.
If you were the scientific advisor to this production, would you suggest any changes?
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