Craig Venter, in interview, says human genome has yielded only glimpse of future

The following is an edited excerpt.

Genetics pioneer Craig Venter reveals what we have and haven’t learned from the human genome sequence, and the biggest challenges we face as our population soars.

Over a decade after the human genome was sequenced, what has this information delivered?

Venter says we are only at the beginning of what could be possible. “The future of society,” says Venter, “is 100% dependent on scientific advances.”

Listen to the interview in its entirety here: Venter: ‘We know 1% of what we’ll ultimately know’

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