There’s a certain amount of nostalgia associated with it and it’s something that’s definitely been with us for a long time. It’s become a very fashionable thing and I think it’s something that should be celebrated.
What do you mean?
Fashionistas know that it’s been part of the human shape as far back as the time of dinosaurs. It was part of the female body. Not just the shape – people have been obsessed with that shape since it was a part of their own formative experience. In the 50s it was the fashion statement that they wanted, and that’s what we’re doing.
When do you think it’ll be in fashion again?
I think by the end of the year . I think we’re there, just not quite as strong as we were in the Seventies and early Eighties. In the 1970s to 80s it was the standard. I think the Seventies and Eighties were the first time we really started to break away from it. I think the last few years have been a pretty successful period for the brand, really. You know it’s a brand that’s had such a success, I think the brands are now starting to realise what they have to offer in the modern world and the world we’re going through.
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The American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG) is the world’s leading organization on genomics. In 2016 ACMG hosted the World Congress on Genomics in Singapore.
In this series of tutorials, we take a look at some of the most significant milestones in the history of the human genome.
“The Human Genome Project was an international effort to sequence the human genome in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The most ambitious project to date to sequence the entire human genome was completed in 2000 by an international team led by the University of Washington and Stanford University, at a cost of approximately US$2.5 billion. The completed human genome project involved a total of over 13,000 gene sequences from approximately 13,400 individuals, representing nearly 90 percent of the human genome and containing 3.8 billion bases.”, said ACMG.
The Human Genome Project was an international effort to sequence the human genome and provide genetic information to patients and investigators worldwide. Its purpose was to better understand human health and disease, and ultimately to make the human genome accessible to the entire world’s population to study human disease.
The Project was
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