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Stephen Quake talks about decoding his genome

Yesterday I wrote about how bioengineering professor Stephen Quake sequenced his own genome for less than $50,000 and with a team of just two other people.

Today we posted a video of Quake talking about his research:

And here is a short clip in which Quake talks about what he's found so far in his genome:

Previously: Stephen Quake has decoded his own genome

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