Browsing Oral History Interviews by Subject "Center for Public Genomics"

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  • Endy, Drew (2007)
    Drew Endy is a professor at Stanford University, where he studies synthetic biology. In this interview, he discusses the development of synthetic biology and an open source development model.
  • James, Wyngaarden (2006-12-08)
    Dr. James Wyngaarden served as director of the National Institutes of Health from 1982 until 1991. During his tenure, the NIH began its involvement in the Human Genome Project. He worked with Dr. James Watson to secure ...
  • Sulston, John (2007-11-16)
    John Sulston was one of the winners of the Nobel Prize in 2002 for Physiology or Medicine. He was involved in pioneering research on the nematode worm and the British component of the Human Genome Project, in both its ...
  • Mullis, Kary (Center for Public Genomics, 2009-09)
    Kary Mullis was one of two winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1993. He received the award for his contributions to the development of polymerase chain reaction (PCR), the subject of this interview.
  • Fore, Joe; Wiechers, Ilse; Mullis, Kary (2005)
    Kary Mullis was one of two winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1993. He received the award for his contributions to the development of polymerase chain reaction (PCR), the subject of this interview.
  • Adams, Mark (2006)
    Dr. Mark Adams directed DNA sequencing at the Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR) under Craig Venter. At Celera Genomics, he developed software in addition to directing DNA sequencing.
  • Wade, Nicholas; Siegel, Marni (2007-11-08)
    Nicholas Wade is a science writer for the New York Times and author of several books, including LifeScripts, about genetics and genomics. He also covered the Asilomar Conference for Science magazine.
  • Dulbecco, Renato; Nuttle, Xander (2006-11-17)
    Renato Dulbecco, along with David Baltimore and Howard Temin, received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1975 for his work in virology. He was an early advocate of sequencing the human genome.
  • Gilbert, Walter (2005-08-01)
    Walter Gilbert is a Nobel Laureate. He received the 1980 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on sequencing DNA. He also joined the race to sequence the insulin gene and was one of the early leaders in the biotechnology industry.