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Biomedicine Archive

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    Artists and engineers make subversive allies.

  • Gene Genie

    From the editor in chief

  • Botstein's Caveat

    Scientists have declared the human genome completely decoded. But a look back at the beginnings of their quest reveals how far we still have to go.

  • Live Wires

    Nanotechnology: Conducting DNA could mean improved biosensors

  • The Birth of Biotech

    Herbert Boyer and Stanley Cohen started a revolution.

  • Riding the DNA Railroad

    The Human Genome Project is as good as done, says MIT’s Eric Lander. Now it’s time to start thinking about how the data will be used.

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