Q/A: Newt’s Eye Is on the New Biology | GenomeWeb

Newt Gingrich is wending his way back into the media limelight on the tails of the double-helix. As Speaker of the House from 1995-1999, Gingrich was known as a proponent of technology funding. Now, as CEO of a management-consulting firm in Atlanta, the one-time environmental sciences professor is making genomics one of his pet topics.

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