What is genomics, and how is it used in different industries?

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Technologies allow scientist to make changes to the genomes of living things. What are the pros and cons of having access to techniques like these?

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Second-year Anthropology PhD student at the University of Toronto

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My research consists of sequencing and analyzing patients’ genetic information to figure out what could cause a certain disease.

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Scientists can use GWAS results to learn all kinds of things about you from your genes. One day, doctors may even use this information to personalize your medical care.

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Here’s a conundrum: Identical twins originate from the same DNA ... so how can they turn out so different — even in traits that have a significant genetic component? (5:02 min.)

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Learn about what chemicals make tomatoes taste good and how researchers are using genetics to understand how we can make grocery store tomatoes taste great again. (4:12 min.)

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Nasim Monfared, one of our DNA Day experts, answers the question, “Once a genome is sequenced, how is the data protected and who has access to it?”

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CurioCity resources which align with Yukon's Anatomy and Physiology 12 Curriculum Content area on DNA and Cells.

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