Two British institutions — ESRC Genomics Forum and the Scottish Poetry Library — recently collaborated to bring genomics and poetry together, reports New Scientist's Kelley Swain. The two groups created a competition challenging the participants to "consider the inherent ambivalence of advances in genomic technology," Swain says, and the winners were selected this weekend from more than 200 entries.

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