The Genome War: How Craig Venter Tried to Capture the Code of Life and Save the World ebook
by Erik Singer,James Shreeve
He also hoped to become very famous and very rich. Collins, more or less against his will, was on a plane headed from Newark to Dulles Airport, where he would catch a flight to Los Angeles.
The leaders of the two opposing sides of the genome war were unfamiliar to me before reading this book, but Shreeve led me on a similarly illuminating journey as he told the stories of their lives. Craig Venter was far from being an exceptional student or high achiever in his youth. In fact, he failed many of his classes in junior high and high school, didn’t plan to attend college, and even tried to get out of mandatory military service.
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If you read only one science book this year, it has to be James Shreeve's inside view of the race to sequence the human genome.
The Genome War : How Craig Venter Tried to Capture the Code of Life and Save the World. Shreeve makes the leaders of the public project sound like shrill ideologues, constantly harping on over some kind of utopian ideal. If you read only one science book this year, it has to be James Shreeve's inside view of the race to sequence the human genome. The story of this tumultuous competition between the prestigious Human Genome Project and the brash visionary Craig Venter is a joy ride.
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He sailed around the world in a voyage inspired by Darwin's journey on the Beagle, discovering thousands of new species along the way. He has created synthetic life and started three companies, and was almost a billionaire before being fired from one of the most promising, Celera Genomics. Now he's back with his most ambitious project since his historic breakthrough 17 years ago.