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AXA Chair, Genome Biology & Evolutionary Genomics – IRRI – Prof Wing

Dr. Wing will lead research on comparative genomics and genome assembly of diverse types of rice including cultivated and wild rice. He will use his rich experience of genomics research to develop tools for analysing 3000 rice genomes, an unprecedented amount of information on a crop species. The newly found diversity will lead to discovery […]

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How does genetics point to design? (Creation Magazine LIVE! 6-18)

Modern technology is revealing more and more about our genetic make up. How does genetics point to design? This week on Creation Magazine LIVE! Welcome to Creation Magazine LIVE! My name is Richard Fangrad. and I’m Calvin Smith. This week on Creation Magazine LIVE our topic is how does genetics point to design? Well the […]

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5) Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) – Applications of Whole Genome Sequencing

Whole genome sequencing is a powerful technology that is rapidly gaining popularity as it becomes more and more affordable. With whole genome sequencing, you can assemble genomes de novo, compare the genome of your organism to a reference genome, explore the molecular evolution of a species or population, accurately track pathogen outbreaks, obtain the whole […]

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How to Sequence a Genome: 1. Mapping

To begin the project, researchers built maps of the human genome. They identified thousands of DNA sequence landmarks that helped them navigate across the chromosomes. Developing genome maps was necessary preparation for DNA sequencing. These same maps also served to orient geneticists who were hunting for disease genes. With enough landmarks in place, project scientists […]

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Genetic Entropy – Why You Should Believe In Creation …And Not Evolution | David Rives

Why should you believe in creation and not evolution? I mean scientifically speaking. Haven’t we proven that evolution is a fact? Did you know that for every generation that passes, more and more mistakes are piling up in the human genome? This means that your DNA has more mistakes than your parents DNA, which has […]

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