An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Feb 8, 2021 by

Edward Tatum “The concepts of biochemical genetics have already been, and will undoubtedly continue to be, significant in broader...

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An Interview with Colijn Buis:...

Feb 7, 2021 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) Colijn, first of all, where are you from and where are you currently located? I am originally from the...

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An Interview with Stephen M. K...

Feb 3, 2021 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) First of all, can you tell us a bit about yourself- your education and experience? Sure. First, let me say...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Jan 4, 2021 by

Craig Venter “The Human Genome Project is going to succeed because I’ve got this guy who can get automated sequencers to work.”...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Dec 27, 2020 by

“My father showed me the process of bacterial cells dying due to penicillin used for treatment. I naturally became interested in...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Dec 21, 2020 by

Alfred Henry Sturtevant “Alfred Henry Sturtevant.” Embryo Project Encyclopedia (1922). ISSN: 1940-5030...

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An interview with Manuel F. Va...

Dec 20, 2020 by

Hamilton O. Smith “I can still remember we were making a stock solution of orcein. It was in the hood; we were heating up the acetic...

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An Interview with Manuel and A...

Dec 17, 2020 by

“There is need for more science in politics and less politics in science.” —Richard J. Roberts “Invest in basic research so you can...

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An Interview with Colijn Buis:...

Dec 15, 2020 by

Colijn Buis Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) Colijn, first of all, where are you from and where are you currently located? I am originally...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Dec 14, 2020 by

Mark Ptashne “He pushes and pushes on a single tiny point absolutely relentlessly.” –Dr. Alexander Gann “Everything we know...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Dec 6, 2020 by

Marshall Nirenberg “He had an idea every two or three minutes…” –Dr. Phillip Leder “One individual alone creates only a note or so...

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An Interview with Manuel Varel...

Dec 5, 2020 by

Hermann Joseph Muller “To say that a man is made up of certain chemical elements is a satisfactory description only for those...

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UPTON SINCLAIR AWARDS 2020

Dec 3, 2020 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy UPTON SINCLAIR Every year – at the end of every year, we canvas the literature and the publications and...

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An Interview with Sidney and P...

Nov 28, 2020 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy 1)   I understand that you (Sidney and Pamela Shuler ) and Dr....

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Nov 25, 2020 by

“This was clearly a mutant and destined to become the most famous insect in scientific history.” —Ian Shine and Sylvia Wrobel “There...

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An interview with Manuel Varel...

Nov 23, 2020 by

“…the most beautiful experiment in biology.” —John Cairns Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) Matthew Meselson was born in Denver, Colorado,...

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An Interview with Manuel and A...

Nov 21, 2020 by

Barbara McClintock Michael Shaughnessy “Over the many years, I truly enjoyed not being required to defend my interpretations. I could...

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An Interview with Mark Dal Por...

Nov 20, 2020 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) Professor Dal Porto, first of all, what are you currently doing in this pandemic? How are you coping and...

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An Interview with Manuel and A...

Nov 17, 2020 by

1) Salvador Luria—Born in Turin, Italy—how did he make his way to the U.S., and where did he first begin his studies? Dr. Salvador...

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An Interview with Manuel Varel...

Nov 12, 2020 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) Susan Lindquist—When was she born, where was she born, and what about her early formative years? ...

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