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Australian Aboriginals descendants of first migrants out of Africa

National Geographic | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Genographic Project scientists in ...

One decade old, Genographic Project’s probe into human history boasts numerous successes

National Geographic | 
Ten years ago, a group of international scientists and indigenous community members gathered at National Geographic Society’s headquarters in Washington, D.C ...

Using consumer genetics to map the world’s genealogy

National Geographic | 
While millions of people spent last weekend dumping buckets of ice water on their heads and documenting it on Facebook ...

DNA portrait of Puerto Rican ancestry

National Geographic | 
National Geographic’s Genographic Project researches locations where different groups historically intermixed to create a modern day melting pot. Collaborating with 326 ...

Genographic team surveys New Zealand

National Geographic | 
The Genographic Team has been in New Zealand this week, working with people of Pacific as well as European and ...

Do you share a haplogroup with Dracula?

National Geographic | 
Some Halloween fans take costuming to a whole other level. The wig will be just right, the make-up impeccable, the ...

Ötzi the Iceman stirs up enthusiasm for genetics

National Geographic | 
The popularity of recent news reports on the DNA of the mummy Ötzi remind us that genetic breakthroughs are reaching far beyond white-lab-coat ...
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