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Green, Philip


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Oral History Collection

Identifier: OH
Scope and Contents The Oral History Collection contains interviews conducted with 200 scientists within the fields of molecular biology, genetics, and the life sciences between 1990 and 2018. The interviewees provide first-hand accounts of their experiences in the fields of modern biology, such as neuroscience, cancer, genetics, plant genetics, genomics, biotechnology and others, from the 1940s through the 2000s. The collection contains audio and video recordings, as well as transcripts of interviews....
Dates: 1990 - 2019

Philip Green, 2003-05-31

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Phil Green, computational biologist, is interviewed by Mila Pollock, on May 31, 2003, at Cold Spring Harbor Library, New York.Phil Green discusses the following in his interview: Scene 1. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology -- Scene 2. 1986 Symposium: Molecular Biology of Homo Sapiens -- Scene 3. Involvement in genomics -- Scene 4. Surprises in the Human Genome Project -- Scene 5. Challenges in the Human Genome Project -- Scene 6. Dangers of genomic research --...
Dates: 2003-05-31

Sequence quality & assembly - Philip Green

Scope and Contents From the Series: This meeting brought together the major researchers involved in DNA sequencing since its inception in the 1960s. Prominent guest speakers examined the history of sequencing and how the technology has transformed the biological sciences over the past five decades. Sequencing began with the British biochemist Fred Sanger, two-time winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. While studying nucleic acids in the early 1960s, Sanger figured out a way to sequence small sections of RNA. This work...
Dates: 2015

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