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A book about his own genome: Venter continues (The New York Times)

  April, 30 2002 15:31
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Dr. Craig Venter attracted the media attention again by annoucing the human genome decoded at Celera was mainly his own. Dr. Venter revealed in a further announcement that he is planning to write a book based on a thorough analysis of his own genetic code. His future plans also include starting two institutes: one on science policy and the other on engineering microbes.

The full story can be found in the New York Times , April 30, 2002.

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