Extracting your own DNA with this kit is interesting enough, but it also lets you mix up a bottle of ink incorporating your genetic material, for the ultimate in forgery-proof signatures.
Credit: Joshua Scott
Product: ScienceWiz 123 DNA Extraction
Company: Norman and Globus
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