Chapters on Genomics

Genome British Columbia has put together a series of educational videos that simply discuss what genomics is. At Genome Alberta's blog, Mike Spear recalls his days as a non-scientist trying to learn genetics and genomics. "I still shudder remembering my horse colour genetic chart but tools like this would have made life a lot easier," he writes.

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