Cracking The Genetic Code: Competition Was The CatalystGary S. Becker
Competition often stimulates new discoveries by inducing extra effort and by encouraging alternative approaches to challenging scientific and industrial problems. A telling example of how competition can produce extraordinary results is provided by the efforts during the past decade to map and sequence the entire 60,000 to 80,000 genes that make up the human genome.
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