Every year since 1972 (except for three) the Richard Dimbleby Lecture (named for BBC broadcaster) has been delivered by an influential business or political figure. This year's lecture (transcript | video) was given by Craig Venter, former president and founder of Celera Genomics, the company which became famous for running a parallel version of the Human Genome Project.
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