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Video 18: Joshua Lederberg, clip 1

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Joshua Lederberg is a Professor Emeritus at Rockefeller University, where his current research addresses DNA conformation and evolutionary acceleration.
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Joshua Lederberg is a Professor Emeritus at Rockefeller University, where his current research addresses DNA conformation and evolutionary acceleration.
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joshua lederberg, dna conformation, rockefeller university, professor emeritus, current research, mcleod, acceleration, avery
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