Human Genome Project

Making Things Right for "DNA's 'Dark Lady" Rosalind Franklin

Charlene Sayo | Posted 10.09.2013 | Canada British Columbia
Charlene Sayo

In his 1968 best-selling memoir "The Double Helix: A Personal Account of the Discovery of the Structure of DNA," James Watson depicts himself as the victor of the DNA race, and Franklin as the villainess who stood in his way. Published 10 years after Franklin's death, Watson included a thoughtful epilogue, noting that because of his youth, his "initial impressions of her, both scientific and personal... were often wrong," admitting that he realized "years too late the struggles that the intelligent woman faces to be accepted by a scientific world which often regards women as mere diversions from serious thinking."

Wanted: 'Adventurous Woman' To Give Birth To Neanderthal Man

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 01.22.2013 | Canada

Dream of giving birth to a bouncing Neanderthal baby? One of the world's leading geneticists believes he can make it happen. George Church, a pr...