Correction: China provided piece in human DNA puzzle – not whole jigsaw 

your say March 14, 2018 01:00

Re: “No, China was not the first to map human genome”, Have Your Say, yesterday.

Alastair Mordy is correct in pointing out an error in my article “China and the Genome Revolution” on March 12. It said that Chinese firm BGI Genetics was the first institute to map the genetic makeup of the entire human being, but it should have read: “Originally a national institute at Peking University, BGI led China’s portion of the Human Genome Project to map the genetic makeup of the human being.”

Suwatchai Songwanich

Bangkok Bank (China)