Our logo stylized DNA is left-handed. We know. We’ve known for a while. We saw it and we’ve periodically been told it. I’m saying it here now.
Of course I can blame it on the business/graphics guy who did it, but hey, I guess you could say that us biologists should have caught it right away.
But I’m going to go with the story that we meant it to be that way. Left-handed or ‘Z-DNA’ is naturally occurring, if rare, in vivo. In fact, it appears to have some function in regulating brain activity (Z-DNA, an active element in the genome). So you could say that we deliberately chose left-handed DNA because we train scientists brains on genomics and we felt it was a perfect symbol of what we do.
I guess you could say that, not that I am. Just that we could ;-).