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Lifesciences.nxt report Report - - 48 Pages
Life sciences is the opposite side of the coin from physical science. It is the science of the processes and technology that impact biological creatures. While always an area of interest for science, life science got its biggest boost in 1953 when Watson and Crick made their discovery that DNA was a three-dimensional double helix. The increasing understanding of DNA and genetics changed the way that medicine approached the process of identifying and curing disease. But when the Human Genome Project successfully mapped and provided understanding of the complete human genome in 2003, medical research really went into high gear.
Now, 15 years later, technology has proved its value in not only enabling the rapid sequencing of individual genotypes, but also allowing science to make use of the massive amounts of data acquired in both practical and futuristic ways. In this LifeSciences.nxt report, you will find information on:
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