James Watson

Mr. Double Helix

November 10, 2014
We’re fortunate here at 23andMe to get some interesting visitors, but last week was especially exciting for us when James Watson – yes that Watson – dropped in to say...
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A Letter About the Letters of Life

April 17, 2013
Last week the sale of some high-profile memorabilia attracted our attention, and no, we’re not talking about the $2.1M price tag for a Honus Wagner baseball card. It was the...
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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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The Rest of the Iceberg

August 19, 2008
In a recent post we used an analysis of Craig Venter’s genome to illustrate how much has yet to be learned about the relationship between genetic variation and health-related traits....
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What is DNA Day About Anyway?

April 18, 2008
You may have seen our recent posts about DNA-themed activities and events for DNA Day. But what is DNA Day all about anyway? DNA Day was created in 2003 by...
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