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Maxine Singer

President, Carnegie Institution of Washington

February 2, 1993 — 4:10 PM
University of California, Berkeley — UC Berkeley Campus

Add to Google Calendar 02/02/1993 4:10 PM 02/02/1993 6:00 PM America/Los_Angeles Mobile DNA: Ubiquitous and Unusual Genetic Elements

About Maxine Singer Maxine Singer is an American molecular biologist and science administrator. She is known for her contributions to solving the genetic code, her involvement in the ethical and regulatory debates on recombinant DNA techniques (including the organization of … Continued

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About Maxine Singer

Maxine Singer is an American molecular biologist and science administrator. She is known for her contributions to solving the genetic code, her involvement in the ethical and regulatory debates on recombinant DNA techniques (including the organization of the Asilomar Conference on Recombinant DNA), and her leadership of Carnegie Institution of Washington. Singer is a staunch advocate of responsible use of biochemical genetics research.

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