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Now a Sung Hero

An article in the Washington Post, prepared in conjunction with the Partnership for Public Service, calls Jeffrey Schloss the "unsung hero" of the Human Genome Project. Schloss was the director for technology development coordination for the project and encouraged the participants to create faster and cheaper methods.

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