Web edition: September 27, 2012
The tiniest, most complicated set of instructions just got a little easier to read, thanks to a giant scientific project called ENCODE, which recruited more than 400 scientists from all over the world. Those instructions reside in a long molecule called DNA. And one copy of this DNA resides within almost every cell, telling it how to operate.
T. Hesman Saey. Team releases sequel to the human genome. Science News for Kids, September 5, 2012. [Go to]