July 6, 2006 presentation by Matthew Scott for the Stanford University Office of Science Outreach's Summer Science Lecture Series.
Matthew Scott, Professor of Developmental Biology, Genetics and Bioengineering explains how, through his research, he has discovered that genetic "hardware" - the genes and proteins that do the work - are for the most part dramatically similar among seemingly different animals.
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