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One of the pioneers of the automated sequencing of genomes, Leroy Hood, talks about his work in personalized medicine, and the challenges that must be overcome.
Paul Thomas, a technical supervisor at MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center, has reached almost half a million students through his Mr. Magnet shows and millions more through television appearances.