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Human Genome Project and the future, James Watson.

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Interviewee: James Watson. James Watson talks about human Genome Project and the future.
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The genome project has just given biologists so many more things to think about and tools for actually answering them, so the completion of it is far from the end of science, it's just like the DNA molecule was, you know, that started everything in a way. Now fifty years later we have genomes that again, it's a very, very powerful, you know, new way to approach biology.
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dna molecule,human genome project,james watson,watson james,interviewee,biologists,fifty years,biology,science
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