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Learn about genetics and biotechnology and how they are improving health outcomes, boosting agricultural productivity and industrial processes, and enhancing environmental sustainability.
Genetics is the study of biologically inherited traits as diverse as those that cause human disease, allow a rare plant to live in a single isolated location or result in a desirable characteristic of a domestic animal used in agriculture.
Molecular genetics contributes to solutions to global problems, such as the prevention and control of human, animal and plant diseases, biosecurity, reversal of environmental degradation and feeding the world's population.
DNA, RNA, proteins and metabolites – these are the molecules essential for functions of life.
Explore the complex and fascinating world of genetics and unravel the mysteries of DNA with the ANU Bachelor of Genetics.