So We Cracked the Human Genome. Now What?

Date: 1:30 pm | Saturday 19 October 2013

Venue: The Braggs, The University of Adelaide


2001 marked the year scientists first read the 3 billion letters of DNA that make up the human genome. So what have we learnt? How has it changed the way we practise medicine, grow crops and what has it taught us about evolution? Elizabeth Finkel discusses the value to be found in cracking the genome.


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This session is proudly presented in association with COSMOS Media.

  • Wheelchair accessible