Nierenberg Award 2007 - J. Craig Venter

11/8/2007; 59 minutes

Genomics visionary J. Craig Venter, leader of the Human Genome Project that successfully sequenced human DNA in 2000, receives the Nierenberg Prize for Science in the Public Interest and discusses his new research. (#13024)

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