Using Genomes to Track the Evolution of Life on Earth and Beyond
Date: 4/16/2012; 58 minutes

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James A. Lake, Distinguished Professor of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology and Human Genetics, is a UCLA scientist whose research has focused on understanding molecular evolution at its earliest stage. In the course of his career, he has invented new techniques and often challenged current scientific views. This prestigious UCLA Faculty Research Lecture focuses on the changes in understanding evolution. (#23421)

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