Cycled to Cambridge the other day. On the outskirts of the city, as part of a science park, they have a shared cycle path called Francis Crick Avenue.
The internet says, "The path is decorated with 10,257 colourful stripes which represent the four nucleotides of the BRCA2 gene. BRCA2 (Breast Cancer Type 2 susceptibility protein) was discovered at the Sanger Institute by Prof. Michael Stratton and Dr Richard Wooster in 1995. Each end of the path is marked by a sculpture of the DNA double helix magnified 750,000,000 times."
It's a nice path and a nice idea.
Worth remembering: more people than Crick discovered the first model of DNA, notably Rosalind Franklin.