What is Genetics?
Genetics is the study of the causes and consequences of inherited differences among individuals. It encompasses the molecular, cellular, organismal and populational levels over time spans ranging from a 20-minute bacterial division to 4 billion years of evolution.
**New Breadth Subject for Bachelor degrees other than Science**
2013 VCE Biology Workshops - bookings now open **limited places remain**
Course Advice for B.Sc and B. Biomed Students: Genetics Major
Bachelor of Science
Professor Phil Batterham elected to Presidency of the International Genetics Federation
Endangered animal species: Captive breeding and genetic rescue - Up Close Podcast with Andrew Weeks and Michael McGrath
Back from the brink – Emergency action gives Pygmy-possums a future
Promiscuous butterflies speed up evolution
Biodiversity hopes dropping like fruit flies
"Epigenetic studies of a newborn twins cohort – insights into early development."
Dr. Jeff Craig
Thursday 20 June 2013 at 2.15pm.
Venue: Genetics Seminar Room.
Final PhD Seminar: "A comparative analysis of dimorphic growth in pathogenic fungus Penicillium marneffei."
Ms. Shivani Pasricha
Friday 21 June 2013 at 4.00pm.
Venue: Agar Theatre, Zoology.