Credits for Putting
DNA to Work
Scientific Steering Committee
Daniel E. Koshland, Jr. (Chair), University of California, Berkeley
Bruce M. Alberts, University of California, San Francisco
David Botstein, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
Christopher R. Somerville, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Stanford, California
Brian J. Staskawicz, University of California, Berkeley
These scientists guided the exhibition’s content. The National Academies also gratefully acknowledge the guidance provided by dozens of other scientists on specific aspects of the exhibition.
Online version by S2N Media based on museum exhibit by Bowman Design Group,
A Hackley–Bowman Project.
Credits for Data Used in Web Site
The items below were provided courtesy of the following groups and individuals.
Calculation of Average Allelic Frequency of CODIS Sites — George Sensabaugh, University of California, Berkeley
Comparisons for Tracing Similarities and Differences in Our DNA — Donald G. Gilbert, Indiana University, Bloomington
Frequency of 3 and 6 Letter Probes in the Human Genome — James M. Ostell, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
Sequences and Barcodes from Virus Chip — David Wang and Joseph L. DeRisi, University of California, San Francisco