How the genomics revolution has rendered science obsolete

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  1. Lee Henderson says:

    With the massive amounts of data available, science is even more relevant and far from obsolete. It gets back to the old adage of “garbage in, garbage out”. The ability to ask the right questions, engage critical thinking and not draw unwarranted conclusions based in insufficient data requires careful analytical skills.

    • avi_wener says:

      Well put doctor Lee! However, even good data can be turned into trash with poor analytically skills or equipment with insufficient resolving power.

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