Genome Technology All-Stars of Science, Working Around an NIH Budget Crunch and a Shoestring Lab Budget, More | GenomeWeb

For its July 2001 issue, Genome Technology's editors asked readers to pick "the industry's best and brightest" to be named GT All-Stars. Among the winners were Ewan Birney, Francis Collins, Lee Hood, Eric Lander, Jonathan Rothberg, and Craig Venter. Collins, of course, is now director of the National Institutes of Health; Venter has since established his eponymous institute; and Rothberg has founded RainDance Technologies and Ion Torrent.

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