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Biodiversity in the City : issue 1
D.N.A. location: Queen Victoria Building Forecourt 8 The Centre for Genetics Education NSW Health's Centre for Genetics Education is a state-wide service, based at Royal North Shore Hospital. The team is dedicated to providing current and relevant genetics information to individuals and family members affected by genetic conditions and the professionals who work with them. The Centre also strives to inform educators, governments and those whose professions cross into the genetics field. The Centre's educational activities, including resource production, workshops and training programs, aim to interpret complex information and address the impact of new and developing genetics technologies. Educational genetic resources DNA Interactive Children's Medical Research Institute Biotechnology Online Centre for Genetics Do we share DNA with monkeys and bananas? DNA is the building block for every living thing on the planet. At this station you can look at how Australian Museum scientists extract DNA from cells and use it to discover how different all living things are. The Centre for Genetics Education will show you your DNA fingerprint and let you find out what DNA and Japanese origami have in common.