The father of genetics, Gregory Mendel, discovered that pea plants passed certain traits on to their offspring. Once we began to explore genetics, we found a complex system of proteins that make up every living thing on Earth. This complex system, DNA, is so difficult to decode that even though the entire human genome was published in 2001, we've yet to really understand what most of it means.
This video explains the brief history of genetics, and the exciting future that is just around the corner. Take a look… via The Guardian