Judges who can’t tell a gene chip from a biomarker, take heart: Twenty-first-century science class is now in session.

The Washington, D.C.�based Einstein Institute for Science, Health and the Courts (EINSHAC) is starting off the millennium with a campaign to boost the number of science-savvy judges. The nonprofit organization, which is funded in conjunction with the federal Human Genome Project, has set its sights on educating a total of 2,003 state and federal judges by the year 2003.

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