DNA Day

2013 DNA Day Essay Contest Winners

2013 DNA Day Essay Contest Winners

Congratulations to the 2013 winners and thank you all for participating. Happy DNA Day! Over 6,000 essays were written for this year’s contest, and ASHG received record-breaking entries from teachers in 47 states and 15 foreign countries, including Iran, Egypt, Afghanistan, Lithuania, and Nigeria. Asking students to discuss the impacts of the discovery of the... Read More

2012 DNA Day Essay Contest Winners

2012 DNA Day Essay Contest Winners

Congratulations to the 2012 winners and thank you all for participating. Happy DNA Day! Over 6,000 essays were written for this year’s contest, and ASHG received record-breaking entries from teachers in 47 states and 15 foreign countries, including Iran, Egypt, Afghanistan, Lithuania, and Nigeria. Asking students to discuss the impacts of the discovery of the... Read More

2011 DNA Day Essay Contest Winners

2011 DNA Day Essay Contest Winners

Congratulations to the 2011 winners and thank you all for participating. Happy DNA Day! We have a record submission of over 700 essays this year. Essays were submitted from 45 states in the U.S., Canada, Colombia, India, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey and the United Kingdom. The judges enjoyed reading the essays and see what the younger... Read More

2010 DNA Day Essay Contest Winners

2010 DNA Day Essay Contest Winners

Congratulations to the 2010 winners and thank you all for participating. Happy DNA Day! This year we received nearly 600 essays, almost double that of last year. Essays were submitted from 44 states in the U.S., Canada, Italy, and Bangladesh. The judges enjoyed reading the essays, and it is always interesting to see what the... Read More

2009 DNA Day Essay Contest Winners

2009 DNA Day Essay Contest Winners

Congratulations to the 2009 winners and thank you all for participating. Happy DNA Day! This year, we received 300 essays from high school students in the U.S., Canada, and other countries, such as China, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Ghana. The geneticist judges enjoyed reading the essays, and it is refreshing to see what the younger generation... Read More

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