The ENCODE project, now in its 17th year, ended its third phase with a new record of annotated elements in human and mouse genomes. Phase 4 is coming.
Perhaps one of ENCODE’s staunchest critics has been Dan Graur, a molecular evolutionary biologist at the University of Houston.
Does a turtle swim ashore and lay eggs, or to lay eggs?
A consortium of scientists is advancing the Human Genome Project into the 4th dimension, promising new insights into the design of life.
In arguing for 75 percent of the human genome as trash, has Dr. Graur slain the ENCODE dragon and rescued the Junk DNA myth? Nah.