Biological and environmental research and big science enterprise, Ari Patrinos
Interviewee: Ari Patrinos. Ari Patrinos talks about biological and environmental research and big science enterprise.
In many ways this office, biological and environmental research, being in the midst and the bosom of this big science enterprise, naturally thought of an equivalent big-time, big, big-time scientific program in biology. And around that time there were many ideas about sequencing the human genome in the community, so it was a natural one to pick up and run with it.
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Robert Sinsheimer, then chancellor of the University of California, Santa Cruz, brought experts together in 1985 to discuss the possibility of a Human Genome Project. He talks about his idea.
Eric Lander, director of the Whitehead Institute Center for Genome Research, talks about the mistaken notion of the Human Genome Project as "big science."
Eric Lander talks about the role of the Human Genome Project.
Francis Collins Craig Venter represent the federally-funded and the commercial efforts of the Human Genome Project.
James Watson talks about impact of the Human Genome Project.
James Watson talks about human Genome Project and the future.
James Watson talks about debate over the Human Genome Project at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Ewan Birney talks about purpose of the Human Genome Project.
Nobel Laureate James Watson, the first director of the Human Genome Project, talks about his first reaction to the idea.
Craig Venter talks about advancing science and medicine.