Ewan Birney

Dr. Ewan Birney is a bioinformatician and worked on the Human Genome Project.

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15576. William Clinton, Ewan Birney, John Sulston, Jim Watson, Craig Venter

Commentators on the genome sequence (Human Genome Project). Top: William Clinton, Ewan Birney, John Sulston. Bottom: Jim Watson, Craig Venter.

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15301. Human Genome Project and the future, Ewan Birney

Ewan Birney talks about Human Genome Project and the future.

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15299. Changing biology with the Human Genome Project, Ewan Birney

Ewan Birney, a key player in the computing and analysis of the genome, reflects on the implications of the Human Genome Project for biology.

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15295. How many genes are in the human genome?, Ewan Birney

Ewan Birney talks about how many genes are in the human genome.

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15294. More junk DNA than we think, Ewan Birney

Ewan Birney, one of the leading analysts of the Human Genome Project, takes you on a chromosome tour.

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15288. Developing programs that look at DNA sequence, Ewan Birney

Ewan Birney talks about developing programs that look at DNA sequence.

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15303. Processing sequencing data, Ewan Birney

Ewan Birney talks about processing sequencing data.

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15290. Finding genes, Ewan Birney

Ewan Birney talks about finding genes.

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15300. A career in bioinformatics, Ewan Birney

Ewan Birney talks about a career in bioinformatic.

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15291. Finding genes in the human genome, Ewan Birney

For the first draft of the genome sequence, both teams were working to identify the number of human genes. Here, Ewan Birney, a "numbers man" from the public genome project, explains how genes can be recognized and the data from the genome project used.

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