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Jan 25, 2013

Featured Video: What We've Learned from the Human Genome Project

Featured Video: What We've Learned from the Human Genome Project

Hank Green of SciShow explains what the initiative has done to improve our understanding of human genetics.

  • GEN brings you the best, most informative and/or entertaining biotech-related videos on the web!

    SciShow is a YouTube channel focused on bringing the public short, interesting videos on science topics. Host Hank Green is a jack of all science trades, but this video focuses on the Human Genome Project and what we did—and didn't—learn from it. Listen as Hank, in his animated fashion, explains the project's successes and shortcomings.

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