Argonne National Laboratory on the first anniversary of studying the coronavirus genome

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Argonne National Laboratory Deputy Laboratory Director for Science and Technology Dr. Stephen Streiffer joins John Williams to explain how such great research was done within the year since the coronavirus genome entered the United States, enough to introduce a vaccine. And he shares insight into the new strain of the coronavirus.

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