Craig Venter:
Craig Venter révèle la "vie synthétique"

TED in the Field · 18:17 · Filmed May 2010
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Craig Venter et son équipe font une annonce historique: ils ont crée la première cellule qui fonctionne et prolifère grâce à un ADN synthétique. Il explique comment ils l'ont fait et pourquoi cette réussite marque le commencement d'une nouvelle ère pour la science.

Biologist, genetics pioneer
In 2001, Craig Venter made headlines for sequencing the human genome. In 2003, he started mapping the ocean's biodiversity. And now he's created the first synthetic lifeforms — microorganisms that can produce alternative fuels. Full bio
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