National geographic geno project
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National geographic geno project

The Genographic Project, launched on 13 April 2005 by the National Geographic Society and IBM, is a multi-year genetic anthropology study that aims to map. National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Spencer Wells and team designed Geno 2.0 based on the new technologies and insights that emerged since the launch.

National geographic geno project

The Genographic Project, launched on 13 April 2005 by the National Geographic Society and IBM, is a multi-year genetic anthropology study that aims to map. A guide to Africa with articles, photos, facts, videos, and news from National Geographic.

Discover the migration of your ancestors with Geno 2.0, the National Geographic DNA test. Learn more about yourself than you ever thought possible with the Official. Explore remarkable photos of ancient artifacts and symbols and read about their significance to civilizations. Learn about National Geographic's Enduring Voices Project, working to document endangered languages. Get language facts, photos, map, and more.

Discover the migration of your ancestors with Geno 2.0, the National Geographic DNA test. Learn more about yourself than you ever thought possible with the Official. National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Spencer Wells and team designed Geno 2.0 based on the new technologies and insights that emerged since the launch. Led by a team of National Geographic scientists, the Genographic Project uses advanced DNA analysis to better understand human genetic roots.

Led by a team of National Geographic scientists, the Genographic Project uses advanced DNA analysis to better understand human genetic roots.

Learn about National Geographic's Enduring Voices Project, working to document endangered languages. Get language facts, photos, map, and more. The Genographic Project, launched on 13 April 2005 by the National Geographic Society and IBM, is a multi-year genetic anthropology study that aims to map.


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