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Mark this as a catch-all crash course in genomics for your non-scientist friends and family. In a special eight-part report on the human genome, The Economist details advances – and disappointments – in biomedical research since the completion of the Human Genome Project. From Venter’s synthetic genome to the sequencing of Neanderthal DNA, to personal genomics, drug discovery, and the build-up at the BGI, the author details nearly every major event in genomics post-HGP.

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