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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