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Better Than Some Birth Certificates: Online Y-DNA Databases

Online databases for human Y chromosome STRs are useful for: Genealogists to find family connections Anthropologists to map historical migration patterns and ancient origins Forensic scientists to type and sort male-specific DNA YSearch contains over 96,000 Y-STR haplotypes, 87% of … Continue reading

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Darwin’s Impact – A Georgia State University Library Exhibit


When was the last time you got a good look at a Neandertal’s skull? Well check out the Georgia State University Library’s Exhibit on “Darwin’s Impact.” This display is part of the university’s commemoration of the 200th anniversary of Charles … Continue reading

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