HMB201H - Introduction to Genes, Genetics & Biotechnology
Interdisciplinary course consisting of three parts: the genetic basis, tools and techniques of biotechnology; medical, environmental and agricultural applications; and ethical, legal and social aspects of biotechnology (including approaches to risk assessment, reduction and acceptance). A prime example used in the third part is the controversy over genetically modified foods.
Pre- or co-requisite: BIO(220H1+230H1)
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