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2015 | Hannah Landecker, et al – How the Genome Got a Life Span

Hannah Landecker, ISG Acting Director, and Martine Lappé, former ISG postdoctoral fellow now at Columbia University, have together published an article entitled, “How the Genome Got a Life Span,” in a special issue of New Genetics and Society, a selection of research articles on the topic of “Epigenetics and Society: Potential, Expectations, and Criticisms.”

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