Among his conclusions: "The history also illustrates the growing role in biology of 'hypothesis-free' discovery based on big data. The discovery of the CRISPR loci, their biological function, and the tracrRNA all emerged not from wet-bench experiments but from open-ended bioinformatic exploration of large-scale, often public, genomic datasets. “Hypothesis-driven” science of course remains essential, but the 21st century will see an increasing partnership between these two approaches."
- Janice Brown & Associates, Inc.President, 1990 - present
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