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Archaeogenetics: Five global principles

Archaeogenetics

Sixty researchers from around the world publish guidelines for handling human remains

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Prehistoric humans rarely mated with their cousins

Archaeogenetics

Scientists screened 1,785 ancient humans genomes from the last 45,000 years for parental relatedness

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Central European prehistory was highly dynamic

Archaeogenetics

Frequent cultural, genetic, and social change epitomises the history of central Europe from the Stone Age to the Early Bronze Age

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Oldest genome from Wallacea shows previously unknown ancient human relations

Archaeogenetics

International research team isolates DNA from modern human buried 7,000 years ago on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi

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Shedding light on past human histories

Archaeogenetics

Research team reconstructs genetic histories and social organisation in Neolithic and Bronze Age Croatia

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Neanderthal Ancestry Identifies Oldest Modern Human Genome

Archaeogenetics

The fossil skull of a woman in Czechia has provided the oldest modern human genome yet reconstructed, representing a population that formed before the…

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Genomic insights into the origin of pre-historic populations in East Asia

Archaeogenetics

Integrating evidence from genetics and archaeology resarchers shed light on East Asia's population history

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