A Deeper Bench

To make better sense of the human genomes that have been sequenced, Craig Venter tells Technology Review that even more should be sequenced.

"[G]enomics follows a law of very big numbers," Venter says. "I’ve had my genome for 15 years, and there’s not much I can learn because there are not that many others to compare it to."

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