The public won the race, Craig Venter
Interviewee: Craig Venter. Craig Venter talks about the public won the race.
I think the public won the race, you know. There are now discoveries that have taken place in this last year, new steps for treating new diseases, that wouldn\'t take place for a decade. And when you think of how things exponentially build off of one discovery or another, you know, ten years from now we will be so much further along in science than anybody could ever imagine because this data\'s now available.
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Craig Venter talks about advancing science and medicine.
The leaders of the private and public genome projects, Craig Venter and Francis Collins.
Craig Venter speaks about the public sector's reaction to his plans to sequence the genome at a private company, Celera Genomics.
Commentators on the genome sequence (Human Genome Project). Top: William Clinton, Ewan Birney, John Sulston. Bottom: Jim Watson, Craig Venter.
Craig Venter talks about techniques and the new biology.
Origins of the EST project.
Craig Venter, leader of the private effort at Celera Genomics, speaks about his company's reliance on the public data for reassembly of the Celera sequence.
Craig Venter, leader of the private effort at Celera Genomics, speaks about the excitement the race to sequence the human genome generated.
A genome is an entire set of genes.
Craig Venter, cofounder of Celera Genomics Corporation.