The discovery of the structure of DNA in 1953 marked the beginnings of the still ongoing “molecular revolution” in the life sciences. The first decades unraveled the basic mechanisms common to all life: replication, transcription, the genetic code, translation, and gene regulation. Then came DNA sequencing, eventually spawning the revolution in genomics that we are still experiencing. Today, molecular life science is progressing at breakneck speed. And there is no end in sight…

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