Experts ponder the ethical implications of mapping the human genome. Continue reading →
A wildfire burns near a nuclear facility in Washington State. Kwame Holman begins. Continue reading →
Background on the future of genetic research and how it could change medicine. Continue reading →
Experts discuss the future of genetic research and how it could change medicine. Continue reading →
Signing on the dotted line, online, and to Ray Suarez. Continue reading →
Selected excerpts from an interview with Stelios Papadapoulos, a New York investment banker specializing in biotechnology. Continue reading →
Extended excerpts of an interview with Francis Collins of the National Human Genome Research Institute. He spearheads the government-funded gene-sequencing effort. Continue reading →
Selected excerpts of an interview with the President and Chief Scientific Officer Celera Genomics, J. Craig Venter. Celera is a private company working to sequence the genome. Continue reading →
Scientists are on the verge of making a virtual “parts list” of the genetic makeup of human beings. Health Correspondent Susan Dentzer describes the race to map the human genome. Continue reading →
Elizabeth Brackett of WTTW-Chicago has the drought story. Continue reading →
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