For my Masters project I combined my experience with DNA and software development with my interests in VR and science education. The result was Hand-on DNA.

Hands-on DNA is a 30 minute VR learning experience that teaches university students about DNA. To learn about the true scale of the molecule, students experience shrinking from normal to sub-microscopic size. Then they’re taken through five learning exercises in which they physically deconstruct and reconstruct a strand of DNA.

You can download and play Hands-on DNA from the releases page of the open-source GitHub repository.