Long Overdue Recognition

December 29, 2015
If you don’t know who Evelyn Witkins is perhaps you should.  Evelyn Witkin. A legendary figure in genetic science, the 94 year-old professor emerita at Rutgers University was awarded in...
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Science in the Suburbs, Part II: More from the Personal Genomes Meeting at Cold Spring Harbor

October 14, 2008
As talks began Saturday at Cold Spring Harbor’s first “Personal Genomes” conference, the first half of which I blogged on here, several leading explorers of the strange new world of...
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Fuhgetabouddit! Notes from Long Island, the Frontier of Personal Genomics (This Weekend)

October 11, 2008
The structure of DNA was first publicly described 55 years ago at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) on Long Island in New York by James Watson. Thursday night, the now...
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