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Publisher's Summary

To celebrate the genetic jubilee, Scientific American Editor-in-Chief John Rennie talks with James D.Watson, one of the co-discoverers of DNA's double helix. Also in this issue of Scientific American for April 2003: a look at Mount Etna's Ferocious Future; figuring out how to get medicine to places where pills won't reach; the low-down on the popular herbal supplement ginko biloba; and how the global network of processors and storage may end the era of self-contained computing.
©2003 Scientific American
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