Explore the domestication of rice, corn, potatoes and livestock.
At the Natural History Museum of Utah: May 21 - Sept 5, 2016
How does knowing about genetics and genomics help you understand your health?
View major milestones in the history of the human genome in this interactive experience.
Take an amazing animated journey and explore what a genome is and why it matters to each of us.
How old is the oldest DNA ever sequenced? Find out in the "Ancient DNA Timeline."
NOW OPEN AT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM OF UTAH
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August 2016 Resource of the Month
The National Audubon Society's free Bird Call App. Recently updated. Features over 770 North American birds highlighting diversity and variation. A must see!
What Controls Variation In Human Skin Color?
Skin color is influenced by the combined effects of the environment and many genes. This new interactive allows students to manipulate genes and experience the resulting changes in skin color.