This lecture shows how historical and philosophical research can shed light on this question.

One often reads that DNA carries genetic information. This idea emerged at least as early as 1953, with Francis Crick and James Watson’s double helix structure of DNA. But what exactly is genetic information? Is it a real property of genes or is it just a metaphor? Find out how humanities research works in practice!

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Venue: Regent Lecture Theatre


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