SPIEGEL Interview with Craig Venter 'We Have Learned Nothing from the Genome'

In a SPIEGEL interview, genetic scientist Craig Venter discusses the 10 years he spent sequencing the human genome, why we have learned so little from it a decade on and the potential for mass production of artificial life forms that could be used to produce fuels and other resources.
The world's first bacteria with a synthetic genome was even coded with an e-mail address.

The world's first bacteria with a synthetic genome was even coded with an e-mail address.

Foto: Science / AAAS
Interview conducted by Rafaela von Bredow and Johann Grolle
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