NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — J. Craig Venter will spend the next year as a visiting scholar at Harvard University in the Origins of Life Initiative.
 
Venter started the one-year appointment at the beginning of March. Dimitar Sasselov, the initiative’s director, said Venter will work on “the big questions that lie beyond the horizon of the current successes in synthetic genomics and synthetic biology.”
 

 

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