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Human genome--Patents.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Aristides Patrinos, 2006-03-03

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Ari Patrinos, biologist and environmental scientist, is interviewed by Mila Pollock on March 3, 2006, at the J. Craig Venter Institute, in Rockville, Maryland.Ari Patrinos discusses the following in his interview: Scene 1. Synthetic Genomics, Inc. -- Scene 2. Becoming a scientist -- Scene 3. Road to the Department of Energy -- Scene 4. Switching fields in science -- Scene 5. Early involvement in the Human Genome Project -- Scene 6. Opposition to sequencing the human genome at the...
Dates: 2006-03-03

David Bentley, 2004-05-14

 Item — Box AV01, miniDV: CSHL1017
Scope and Contents David Bentley, geneticist and a founding member of the management team of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, is interviewed by Mila Pollock on May 14, 2004, at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York. David Bentley's interview discusses the following topics: Scene 1. Becoming a scientist -- Scene 2. Alternative career paths -- Scene 3. Involvement in genomics -- Scene 4. Mapping human chromosomes -- Scene 5. Mechanics of the HGP: 1986 meeting at the Medical Research...
Dates: 2004-05-14

Richard Gibbs, 2008-05-08

 Item — Box AV02, miniDV: CSHL1056
Scope and Contents Richard Gibbs, geneticist and a leader in human genome sequencing, discusses his research correlating gene mutations and disease phenotypes, and the Human Genome Project (HGP.) He remembers the participants and issues discussed at international genome meetings, including the 'Bermuda Principles,' conferences. He recalls key HGP players: Jim Watson, Francis Collins, John Sulston, and Craig Venter. Other topics discussed by Gibbs are ethical issues in genomics, including gene patenting, the...
Dates: 2008-05-08

James D. Watson Collection

 Collection
Identifier: JDW
Abstract The James D. Watson Collection documents the life and career of James D. Watson, co-recipient of the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA, the Director (and later President and Chancellor) of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and the first director of the National Center for Human Genome Research. The collection includes photographs, correspondence, manuscripts, laboratory notebooks, administrative records, teaching files,...
Dates: 1800s-2018