Eric Lander's Secrets of the Genome | GenomeWeb

At the urging of his daughter, a senior at Princeton, Eric Lander came down to New Jersey to talk about maps yesterday evening. ("I like maps!" Lander said in a line that became his motto for the next 90 minutes.) The crowded room in McCosh Hall included Princeton faculty and undergraduates as well as community members and local high school students (they received class credit).

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