- DNA - The Race for the Genome | 4
The path to understand genetics was rife squabbles and competition among scientists vying to discover genes, chromosomes, and the structure of DNA. The tussles had been going on for a century.
But the 1980s introduced an even bigger grudge match: who’d be the first to map the entire human genetic code?
This race would get downright nasty before it was done. Along the way there would be a lot of good science. But the science often took a back seat, as politics, money, and egos all got in the way.
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