Related links for ‘Big Picture: Genes, Genomes and Health’
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An interactive website and virtual learning environment for secondary school science teachers and their students. A teaching resource developed to highlight the moral, ethical, social, economic, environmental and technological implications and applications of biology.
A free resource allowing you to explore the human genome, your health and your future.
Funded principally by the Wellcome Trust, the Sanger Institute is a world leader in genome sequencing and analysis and is using that knowledge to transform biology and improve healthcare.
This major exhibition from Wellcome Collection in 2009 explored the tension between the way we view ourselves and how others see us.
Stimulating interest in and discussion of genetic research. Resources include animations, activities and worksheets that support UK curriculum and science specifications for 14-to-19-year-olds.
A travelling exhibition and website keeping you up to date on the latest developments in the fast-moving world of human genomics and providing a forum for everyone to discuss and debate the issues raised.
Genetic Alliance UK is a national alliance of patient organisations with a membership of over 130 charities which support children, families and individuals affected by genetic disorders.
Nowgen’s Schools Genomics Programme aims to embed human genomics, (the study of genetics and the human genome) into UK science lessons, exciting pupils about the pace of discovery and engaging them in thinking about how advances in genetics will affect their future lives.
Nature and nurture activities developed and written by Nowgen as part of the Wellcome Trust funded Nowgen School Genomics Project.