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The Impact Of MCAS On Inquiry-Based Science Education

4/10/2006, 12:00 PM, 56-114
Jonathan King - Professor, MIT Department of Biology
Deborah Meier - Principal, Mission Hill School
Eugene Gallagher - University of Massachusetts/Boston

We've deciphered the human genome and moved into proteomics-the study of the individual proteins that the genes code for. Such advances anticipate the day when drugs are not only targeted at molecular workings or specific diseases but tailor-made for each individual's genetic makeup.

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