Thank you for sharing! I have two STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) focused kids. Much like the global "Hour of Code" this is a fantastic opportunity for those who are interested to expand their knowledge.
It was said in a parent orientation night that the students are learning today to solve problems we don't even know exist yet.
As we see on a daily basis trying to triangulate and figure out the DNA "riddle" ourselves, one day there may well be algorithmic code written that can translate the DNA code that stumps us daily.