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Dr. J. Craig Venter
Founder, Chairman and CEO J Craig Venter Institute, now in its 26th year. Author of A Life Decoded and Life at the Speed of Light. Owner of 1935 S&S sloop Sonny
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Human Longevity, Inc Nov 14
We have some exciting news!
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guest271314 Nov 12
the theory of "race", both a "black" "race" and a "white" "race" are based on colonial and later U.S. admin. regs., not science. 'at a White House ceremony, Craig Venter, a pioneer of DNA sequencing, observed, "The concept of race has no genetic or scientific basis."'
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Cheryl Hibbeln Nov 13
Dr. Karen Nelson shares that one of the most important roles in her life is that of mentor.
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Dr. J. Craig Venter Nov 13
Human Longevity is back and resuming the medical revolution of testing asymptotic presumed healthy people with up to 40% serious life saving findings.
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alderman Nov 12
Still writing the book on . To help me with the book I wrote a comprehensive survey covering hyperphantasia that is about done. I'm looking for the best way to get this survey posted.
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Dr. J. Craig Venter Nov 13
Replying to @Levendaki17
Thank you for your help in creating such a success
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Euréka! Nov 12
Dr. Venter, I still have the magazine, which "Audwin" had you autograph for me 20 years ago, on whose cover appear Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, Einstein and YOU; it's one of my prized possessions. Thank you! I wish you Godspeed and continued success! 🙋
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Cheryl Hibbeln Nov 13
Dr. Karen Nelson speaks about the Human Microbiome at the All Girl Steam Leadership Series Event at the Salk Institute. Encourages girls to enter the science field.
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Euréka! Nov 9
Though math and physics are my hobbies, I took an interest in biotechnology and genomics 20 years ago, when I was Security Services Account Manager at "Celera Genomics." J. Craig Venter, "Ham" Smith (Nobel Laureate, Medicine & Physiology, '78) and "Gene" Myers were there then.
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Dr. J. Craig Venter Nov 8
About patenting the human genome
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J. Craig Venter Institute Nov 8
According to , studies have found thousands of particles in every L of drinking water. Chris Dupont and collaborators are investigating if these are creating a new habitat for microbes to flourish.
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J. Craig Venter Institute Nov 8
At JCVI, we believe every child deserves access to authentic, hands-on, inquiry-based science experiences. We partner with @leaguexse, a SD non-profit and growing community of scientists, entomologists, biologists, oceanographers, architects, engineers, educators, and parents.
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Dr. J. Craig Venter Nov 8
About patenting the human genome
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Dr. J. Craig Venter Nov 7
Replying to @BruthaManTho
No but you would have to read and understand history vs noise. I developed the EST method and discovered thousands of human genes. The NIH decided to file a patent on them. As the discoverer my name was listed. I am the one that exposed the filing at a senate hearing.
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Dr. J. Craig Venter Nov 7
Replying to @BruthaManTho
No but you would have to read and understand history vs noise. I developed the EST method and discovered thousands of human genes. The NIH decided to file a patent on them. As the discoverer my name was listed. I am the one that exposed the filing at a senate hearing.
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Gal Haimovich Nov 6
something like ?
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Dr. J. Craig Venter Nov 7
Replying to @richabdill
That means that close to 70 percent are open access. We don’t tell our investigators where to publish but strongly encourage open access publications. What’s your institution record?
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Dr. J. Craig Venter Nov 7
Replying to @richabdill
That means that close to 70 percent are open access. We don’t tell our investigators where to publish but strongly encourage open access publications. What’s your institution record?
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Dr. J. Craig Venter Nov 7
Replying to @mc_monte_cristo
That is simply untrue and was propaganda developed by competitors
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Dr. J. Craig Venter Nov 6
Scientist that claim that they cannot afford to publish open access papers should publish in top rated PLOS Journals and others that are all open access. No excuses. If your papers cannot be freely accessible why are you publishing?
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