Reconnect with the nature of life as you consider the complexities of trying to engineer it.
Since the Museum's first baby chick hatched in 1956, the science of genetics has transformed. Just as the Hatchery now helps preserve rare chicken breeds, genetic engineering helps to improve human lives. But not without raising questions. How much should anyone—even you—know about your genetic identity? What would you do if your genes reveal potential issues? Genetics: Decoding Life shows how the heart and mind must also be keys to unlocking the genetic code.