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John Craig Venter
Hello class, today we're going to learn about J. Craig Venter.
John Craig Venter was born in Salt Lake City on October 14th 1946.
Venter worked in a field hospital during the Vietnam War.
After the war, Venter got a job at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). He was a scientist, and he primarily studied DNA.
Venter started the Human Genome Project at NIH. He was a very dedicated worker, as he spent most of his time thorughout the week on it
His hard work eventually payed off, as he published the first ever human genome in the nature journal, on Febuary 15, 2001. Venter won multiple awards such as the Kistler Prize, and still lives to this day.
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