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Sequencing at Sea

Watch University of Florida biologist Leonid Moroz describe his novel approach aboard his floating genome sequencing lab.

By | August 1, 2014

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Avatar of: Barry@DataSense

Barry@DataSense

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August 12, 2014

Wow! No wonder scientists get a bad name. This guy's ego just gets in the way.

1. I don't have a probem with foreigners, but I do have a problem when their accent is so bad you can't understand what they are saying. He should let someone else do the talking!

2. Lovely research vessel, great equipment. But he fails to explain or give any idea to the general listener, as to what is the benefit of this esoteric and very expensive research. So they found a few new species - big deal!

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