In the genetics portion of its latest series, “50 Ideas that Could Change Science,” New Scientist says that after the genome, it’s the interactome and phenome that will take genetics to the next level. If genomics is to reach its full potential, then researchers must complete the 1000 Genomes Project, New Scientist says. And palaeogenetics is also important, in that it allows us to see how our DNA has evolved.

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