1 minute video guide to understanding the difference between genetics and genomics

| | February 20, 2017
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We hear the terms “genetics” and “genomics” being used in countless scientific studies as well as more mainstream news reports. But despite the two words sounding similar, genetics and genomics refer to two very different things. Do you know the difference between these two terms? What separates genetics from genomics and vice versa? Here is how you can find out in one minute.

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