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Will We All Be Tweaking Our Own Genetic Code?

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George Church, Harvard

Prof. George Church at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard.

You have to wonder what's going on in the DNA of Harvard genetics professor George Church. What extra bit of code does he have that the rest of us don't? If genes tell the story of a person's life, then some altered sequence of 'A's, 'C's, 'G's and 'T's must be at play, because his brain works like almost no one else's.

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