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Genetics Unnzipped podcast: Giving nature a helping hand

Posted by , on 25 March 2021

Dolly the Sheep and her first lamb. Photo: Roslin Institute

In the latest Genetics Unzipped podcast we chat with author Helen Pilcher about how humans have shaped the evolutionary trajectory of species on earth, find out how genetics is used in conservation Alex Ball from the RZSS WildGenes project , and meet Bill Ritchie, the embryologist who cloned Dolly The Sheep at the Roslin Institute in the 1990s.

Genetics Unzipped is the podcast from The Genetics Society. Full transcript, links and references available online at GeneticsUnzipped.com.

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