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Natural History Museum 7 Feb 18
Meet , Mesolithic Britain's blue-eyed boy. Find out about the research by scientists at the Museum and that has revealed key aspects of his appearance for the first time
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Dr. Ebeth Sawchuk May 30
How did herding & farming begin in East Africa? New paper published today in w , & many others! We present 41 new sequences from Kenya & Tanzania, revealing a multi-step spread of food production 1/n
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shows European wipe-out of early Americans
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MPI-EVA Leipzig Apr 1
Hello Twitter world! This is no April fool's trick. We finally joined to share our latest research news regarding: , , , , , , , , , , , ,
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The Ice Age 16h
This beautiful pup was sealed in the Siberian permafrost for 18,000 years. But is it a wolf or a dog? Researchers are studying to find out....
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PSU Ancient Biomolecules Research Enviro (PSABRE) Oct 30
When all the protective gear samples arrive just in time to dress up for Halloween 🎃... style...
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analysis reveals Minoan and Mycenaean origins
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Frido Welker 25 Jul 18
Tenure-track professorship in advertised at : (deadline end of September)
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hannes Mar 12
Ancient DNA & ancestry information from a 200-year-old pipe stem. This was fun!
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Baltic hunter-gatherers began farming without influence of migration, suggests
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reveals 'continuity' between Stone Age and modern populations in
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Elina Salmela Nov 27
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Marcel Keller Jun 4
I'm excited to announce that our paper on genomes of the First Pandemic was finally published in PNAS: Thanks to all coauthors!
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The Ice Age 8 Apr 18
How the study of ancient DNA is transforming our views of the human past
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The Ice Age Sep 3
Why are ice age bison fossils more often male?
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The Ice Age Sep 17
An evolution revolution has begun after scientists extracted genetic information from a 1.7 million-year-old rhino tooth – the largest and oldest genetic dataset to ever be recorded
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Antti Miettinen Nov 27
Nice work! from Finland reveals a major population shift from the Iron Age to present. Siberian ancestry still clearly visible in modern populations in northern Europe, especially in those speaking Uralic languages.
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Liisa Loog 21 Sep 18
Applying the Mobility Estimator () to 1150 ancient West-Eurasian individuals. New data->Mobility in Iron Age off the chart. Decreased mobility before the widespread adoption of agriculture + link between mobility and technological changes
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Nature Genetics 8 Mar 17
Online : Neanderthal behaviour, diet, and disease inferred from in dental calculus
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Marcel Keller Oct 2
Our new study on the second pandemic was finally published today in :
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