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Human Genome Project

An international scientific research project with the goal of determining and decoding the total sequence of human DNA. It was declared complete in 2003.

Articles using this Glossary Item

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Biden appoints geneticist Eric Lander as scientific adviser 25 January 2021 News
New vision from the NIH signals a new era for human genomics 2 November 2020 News
Leading Human Genome Project scientist, Sue Povey, dies 25 February 2019 News
TV Review: CBS 60 Minutes – 'CRISPR' 18 June 2018 Review
Video Review: The Code by Retro Report with STAT 8 May 2018 Review
Human genome's 'black holes' mapped 26 March 2018 News
John Sulston obituary: Pioneer genome researcher dies 9 March 2018 News
What next for genomics? Providing answers, changing lives, transforming the NHS 10 July 2017 Comment
Leading figures in genetics and fertility recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours 26 June 2017 News
Plan to build synthetic human DNA genome gains momentum 8 May 2017 News
Radio Review: The Secrets Inside Your Cells - Epigenetics, Trauma and Ancestry 8 May 2017 Review
Podcast Review: Ethics and Genetics – Opening the Book of Life 14 November 2016 Review
Scientists present plan to build a human genome 6 June 2016 News
Book Review: Not In Your Genes - The Real Reasons Children Are Like Their Parents 3 May 2016 Review
Genetics company launches huge open-access database 14 March 2016 News
Podcast Review: Stuff You Should Know - How Personalised Medicine Works 15 February 2016 Review
Podcast Review: The Naked Scientists - A Hundred Thousand Genomes 13 April 2015 Review
Book Review: How We Live and Why We Die 25 November 2013 Review
Book Review: An Introduction to the Genetics and Epigenetics of Human Disease 17 June 2013 Review
Crick Cambridge college commemoration 29 April 2013 News
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Events using this Glossary Item

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Genomics in Society: Facts, Fictions and Cultures
23 April 2012 British Library, St Pancras, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB, UK
An event marking the 10th anniversary of the Economic and Social Research Council's Genomics Network...
How User-Led Innovation in Bioinformatics Stands to Facilitate Civic Translational Science
1 July 2009 1pm-2.30pm Welsh e-Science Access Grid Node (Queens Building, 5 The Parade, Cardiff University, Cardiff CF24 3AA, UK) and InfoLab Access Grid Node (Room C60B, InfoLab21, South Drive, Lancaster University, Lancaster, Lancashire LA1 4WA, UK)
A seminar on civic translational science and the broader open-source revolution in biotechnology...