We have a chat forum on our school email address. One of the teachers just posted this. There's no identifying student information or anything, so I'm going to copy/paste the whole thing here. Please to enjoy! ... Ok, so the kids watched a video on the human genome project. They took notes and did research and turned in their papers today. As I am going through, I am hitting stuff like this. What you are about to read are the first and last paragraphs of the same paper! "Eric Lander is one of a scientist working on a genome project. DNA can tell you more than can imagine, DNA can tell you that if you have cancer or something is wrong with you. Eric Lander said theirs more to discover." (sic whole thing) "Continued investment in current and new databases and analytical tools is critical to the success of the Human Genome Project and to the future usefulness of the data. Databases must be structured to adapt to the evolving needs of the scientific community and allow queries to be answered easily. Planners suggest developing a human genome database analogous to model organism databases with links to phenotypic information."