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"A Chip off the Old Block"

 "A Chip off the Old Block"
1832 caricature titled "A Chip off the Old Block". Some human traits were incorrectly thought to be inherited.
chip off the old block, human traits, gallery 1
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16144. Gallery 1: Honore Daumier illustration "Un Nouveau Nez"
Mid-1800s French caricature by Honore Daumier titled "Un Nouveau Nez," translated "A New Nose". Some human traits were thought to be inherited.
15049. GeneChip™ technology, Stephen Fodor
Stephen Fodor talks about bringing the knowledge gathered by the Human Genome Project to the individual researcher.
15083. Making DNA chips, Stephen Fodor
Stephen Fodor talks about the photolithographic technique used to synthesize pieces of DNA on the surface of GeneChips®.
16325. Animation 14: Mendelian genetics cannot fully explain human health and behavior.
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16763. Gallery 37: Eric Wieschaus, five years old
Eric Wieschaus, five years old.
11623. Eugenics: The Science of Human Improvement by Better Breeding, by Charles B. Davenport (4)
Eugenics: The Science of Human Improvement by Better Breeding, by Charles B. Davenport (4)
15919. GeneChip™
In the early 1990s, Stephen Fodor and his team developed a technique to produce miniature arrays of biological molecules
15664. Making GeneChips™ at Affymetrix
A technician uses a computer guiding system to align the filter mask in perfect register with the quartz wafer. The filter mask will block light to selected regions of the wafer. More nucleotides can be added to the exposed regions.
16423. Gallery 19: James Watson, 1930
James Watson, 2 years old.
16424. Gallery 19: James Watson, 1938
James Watson, 10 years old.
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