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Loved every minute of this unit! Such an interesting and fun way of learning genetics and the multitude of ways it is used in criminal investigations and mass disasters. Each lecture contains content and also case studies, movies and pictures outlining the 'real world' use of the information. The lecturer is fantastic and approachable and extremely knowledgable. Highly recommend this unit, you won't be disappointed.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014
This genetics unit is perhaps one of the best, as it shows you how the skills you have gained in the labs are transferred into the real world, and into criminal investigations. You get to look at serial killers, rapists, look at their motives and crimes and how forensic genetics has come a long way in catching these people and taking them off the streets. There is not a dull moment in this unit, it is always interesting and the lab component of the unit gives you greater skills you can use and conduct experiments to show you where your DNA has evolved from, and further highlight how the police use DNA in their cases by doing it yourself.