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 Human genome Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:30 GMT
Genome graphic BBC Complete genome map 'in 2003'
The sequencing of the human genome will be finished by next year, a leading scientist says at a conference in China.
Cousins Wellcome Photo Library Scientists crack human code
Researchers produce a rough draft of the three billion letters of genetic code that describe human life.
TJ McMaster/Wellcome Trust Medical Photographic Library What the genome can do for you
All the rows and all the money spent in pursuing the human code for life will be well worth it if it fulfils even some of its medical promise.
Rice BBC Scientists detail rice code
Researchers read the genetic code of rice - a major achievement that will have a huge impact on world food production.
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