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Renaissance Accurate local maps and charts in the 18th century: Captain

By Richard Durbin

Abstract

• Sequencing 3 billion bases was an unprecedented technical and logistical challenge for biology. • The initiative started in concept in 1985, in principle in 1990, and in earnest in 1995. • The resulting genome sequence, and those of other organisms, have changed forever the way people do biology. Less than 1/1,000,000 part of the genome sequence The naked DNA sequence is a beginning not an endInterpreting the Human Genome SequenceWe need some sort of map Mappa Mundi, c 1300 AD Superimposed on the continents are drawings of the history of humankind and the marvels of the natural world. These 500 or so drawings include of around 420 cities and towns, 15 Biblical events, 33 plants, animals, birds and strange creatures, 32 images of the peoples of the world and 8 pictures from classicalProgress in map

Year: 2013
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