Life in a Dish Craig Venter, the big commercial player in the human genome project, announced today that he has funding from the Energy Department to create a new form of life -- a single-celled, partially man-made organism. NPR's Jon Hamilton reports.
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Craig Venter, the big commercial player in the human genome project, announced today that he has funding from the Energy Department to create a new form of life — a single-celled, partially man-made organism. NPR's Jon Hamilton reports.