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Last January, TIGR head Claire Fraser graced the cover of Genome Technology. Inside, Fraser talked about how the institute had evolved over its decade-long existence into a microbial sequencing powerhouse. Since then, hubby Craig Venter started three new institutes to go along with the TIGR family and announced plans to turn TIGR’s sequencing facility into a high-quality closure workshop. (See last month’s GT for more on Venter’s vision.)

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