Historical Sketch: The Santa Cruz Workshop

Historical Sketch: The Santa Cruz Workshop

Robert L. Sinsheimer May, 1985. | Genomics. Volume 5, Issue 4, November 1989, Pages 954-956. The Santa Cruz Workshop in May 1985 resulted from the convergence of several lines of thought. The first complete genome to be sequenced was that of the bacterial virus ¢Xl 74...
Study Shows Genes Unique to Humans Tied to Bigger Brains

Study Shows Genes Unique to Humans Tied to Bigger Brains

June 5, 2018 by Dr. Francis Collins | NIH In seeking the biological answer to the question of what it means to be human, the brain’s cerebral cortex is a good place to start. This densely folded, outer layer of grey matter, which is vastly larger in Homo sapiens than...