Progress, and Applications
of the Human Genome Project
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy Human Genome Program
Human Genome News Archive Edition
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1997 Santa Fe Highlights
In the News
Book on Tuskegee Conference
Plain Talk About the Human Genome Project is a 292-page paperback compilation of talks presented during a 3-day DOE-sponsored conference at Tuskegee University in September 1996. The talks were updated by presenters in November 1997. Distinguished leaders, scientists, ethicists, and educators spoke on wide-ranging topics related to the Human Genome Project's promise and perils, matters of race and diversity, and education about the project and its implications. For lay and academic readers, the book appends the DOE Primer on Molecular Genetics and lists useful Web sites. [Contact: Tuskegee University Publications Office (334/727-8035, Fax: /724-4451; for a list of contributors and other information, access http://www.tusk.edu/]
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