Teaching a New Language

FEATUREThe Human Genome Project +5Teaching a New Language © FRANK WOJCIECHOWSKIAdvances in genomics are beginning to force changes in education. An example is the new Princeton University undergraduate science curriculum, which David Botstein helps lead (pictured left). After working at MIT, Genentech, and Stanford University, he became director in 2003 of Princeton's Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrati

The Scientist Staff
Feb 1, 2006
FEATURE
The Human Genome Project +5

Teaching a New Language

© FRANK WOJCIECHOWSKI

Advances in genomics are beginning to force changes in education. An example is the new Princeton University undergraduate science curriculum, which David Botstein helps lead (pictured left). After working at MIT, Genentech, and Stanford University, he became director in 2003 of Princeton's Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, one of several US centers of systems biology.

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