The Opposing Thumb

An opinionated digit leafs through the biological literature
Tuesday Double Feature

Tuesday Double Feature I: First, There Must Be Science to Apply

A walk down memory lane: watch as Paul Berg, one of the fathers of molecular biology and winner of the 1980 Nobel Chemistry Prize, gives a brief personal history of how a basic research program in bacterial genetics gave rise to the technology responsible for the biotech industry.

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