Science Matters with Stirling Churchman: The thrill of discovery

Stirling Churchman, assistant professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School, studies how the information encoded in DNA is read out by the cell such that genes are turned on at the right time and place. This video is part of a series in which scientists explain the importance of their work:

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