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Craig Venter's Latest Production - MIT Technology Review


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(HLI) in La Jolla, California, more than two dozen machines work around the clock, sequencing one human genome every 15 minutes at a cost of under $2,000 per genome. Back in 2000, when its founder, J. Craig Venter, first sequenced a human genome (his own), it cost $100 million and took a building-size, $50 million. via www.technologyreview.com

Facebook: Secrets to unlocking its search potential - The Tennessean

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When it comes to searching the web, most of us start with Google. Savvy networking professionals know to broaden their search to LinkedIn, where they can discover whom they should connect with at any particular company. Did you know Facebook has it's own powerful search. via www.tennessean.com

Tesla's new master plan includes electric semis, autonomous buses, solar + storage - Treehugger


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What's next after you build the world's most sought after electric car. World domination, of course. Either he's a genius and the company is going to change the world, or he's a rich guy with big dreams of luxury products for other wealthy people. via www.treehugger.com

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