To mark the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the structure of DNA, Spanish scientists translated genetic code into musical notation.
The result, a CD called “Genoma Music” is varied and musically pleasing—a sort of New Age expression of what happens when each of the four chemical units of DNA, also known as A, G, T, and C—is translated into a musical note. Thus, C = do, T = re, G = so, and A = la.
Cool! You can find the CD at Genoma Music. You'll hear the music when you go to that page.
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