Interview with the 2002 Nobel Laureates in Physiology or Medicine, Sydney Brenner, John E. Sulston and H. Robert Horvitz, by science writer Peter Sylwan, 12 December 2002.
The Laureates introduce themselves and discuss great challenges in bioscience (4:09); the complexity problem (8:58); controversial ethical questions (17:41); reproductive cloning (20:30); and the Human Genome Project (24:47).
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