Swiss scientist Robert Grass is currently raising money to manufacture a line of wedding bands that contain human DNA. When it comes to weddings, most people look for unique ways of expressing their commitment to their partner. However, these one-of-a-kind wedding bands are just about as unique as one can get.
Unlike traditional wedding bands, Grass' rings contain human DNA on the inside. This feat is achieved by collecting a small amount of synthetically fossilized human DNA. The DNA itself is then encased in a glass fossil that is placed inside of the wedding band and sealed with a diamond. This means that the DNA is safe and secure, despite the fact that it is not actually visible to the naked eye.
Grass is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to give hopeless romantics a unique way to express their commitment to one another.
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