DNA jako občanský průkaz. Lekce z genetiky
Format: 15 × 18,5 cm
Subject: Biology, Genetics
The DNA as an ID card. Lesson in Genetics
The fourth volume of the popular science “Munice” series is focused on the information potential of deoxyribonucleic acid, the carrier of hereditary information. How can DNA analysis help in searching for perpetrators of criminal acts, victims of disasters, lost family members or bygone ancestors?
Pavel Lízal is a lecturer at the Department of Experimental Biology, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, where he teaches courses in general genetics, human paleogenetics, population genetics and scientific communication. He is interested in e-learning and experiments with the use of mobile devices (tablets, mobile phones, smart watches) in teaching. He also organizes popularization lectures on genetics for high schools and the public.
Munice [“ammunition”] is a new popular science series of Masaryk University Press. It brings current topics from natural, social, and human sciences in an accessible form and fresh graphic design. Munice is our contribution to your lifelong learning. Great for high-school graduates planning to go to university and for professionals looking beyond the horizons of their specialisation. Munice is knowledge packed so carefully and densely that you will easily finish each volume in one go on a train from Brno to Prague. Or on a plane to Barcelona. Munice gives space to erudite and charismatic personalities who will engage you with the most current topics. Munice is a window into the knowledge produced at our university.