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CAT1.21.Reading deep time in the genome

CAT1.21.Reading deep time in the genome - Reading deep time...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/2/11 Reading deep time in the language of life
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5/2/11 Recap Who invented genetic fingerprinting? What was he looking for at the time? What year was it? What are some of the applications of the technology? Why do some people suspect that genetic fingerprinting depends on
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5/2/11 Method of clues
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5/2/11 Archival detective work
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5/2/11 Reading the archives of nature
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5/2/11 Reading the language of life
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5/2/11 Reading the nonsense in the language of life
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5/2/11 Genographic project 5-year project sponsored by IBM and National Geographic, led by Spencer Wells, population geneticist and explorer-in-residence. Uses “genetic and computational technologies to analyze historical patterns in DNA from participants around the world to better understand our human genetic
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5/2/11 Three components The three components of the project are: to gather field research data in collaboration with indigenous and traditional peoples around the world; to invite the
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Genetics as archaeology “I saw this as the late 20th century equivalent of studying ancient languages in order to decipher inscriptions
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