Few careers in research read like a list of movies. But George Grills’ resumé, in fact, does. Grills, director of DNA sequencing at the Harvard Partners Genome Center, has been involved in various blockbuster research efforts including stints spent studying the effects of microgravity on fertilization and development for the potential of space colonization, searching for DNA in triceratops teeth fossils à la Jurassic Park, and now an IMAX movie, sponsored by the HPGC, to educate the public about genomics, his current area of research.

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