Stanley Cohen, Stanford University professor.
Stanley Cohen on one of his many hikes.
Stan Cohen on his boat Genesis. Cohen had a boat-naming contest. The winner received a bottle of wine and a cruise on the boat.
Stan Cohen rejected the name "Titanic III" for his boat.
Stan Cohen entertaining a crowd with the 5-string banjo.
Herbert Boyer, cofounder of Genentech, Inc.
Doug Hanahan, 1982, working in his lab at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
1984 picture of Doug Hanahan (R) and Bruce Stillman, current Director of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Doug Hanahan (middle) at the 1988 Mouse Molecular Genetics meeting at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Also in picture S. Alpert (L) and G. Hollis (R).
Stan Cohen set the nomeclature standard for naming plasmids: "p" for plasmid, initials indicating where the plasmid was from, and then a unique number.
Humans have plenty of bacteria living in our intestinal tract. Why aren't bacteria DNA being transformed into our cells?