Future of research, Craig Venter

Interviewee: Craig Venter. Craig Venter talks about future of research.

Graduate students that are starting science today don't even have to think about ever cloning a gene or purifying a protein, they just instantly download that information. You know, I think what could I have done with that extra decade of my career, had I been able to just download that information instead of spending ten years trying to get it. It's a fundamental different starting-point, it's a new foundation for all of science.

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