Barcoding the world

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Dec 1, 2007

Barcoding the world

From Canada to Taiwan, barcoding is a truly global phenomenon. Researchers are conducting barcoding projects that aim to catalog Earth's trees, birds, and fish. Staff writer Bob Grant traveled to Taipei to attend the Second International Barcode of Life Conference and to Ontario, where he visited the birthplace of DNA barcoding.

by Bob Grant

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