AncestryDNA reconstructs partial genome of person living 200 years ago
AncestryDNA genetic scientists have pushed the boundaries of human genome reconstruction methods by using the DNA of many living people to reassemble an unprecedented proportion of the human genome attributed to a 19th Century ...
New study refutes claims of early humans in India prior to Mount Toba eruption
Bigfoot genome sequenced? There are skeptics
Study indicates Neolithic people from Near East migrated to Europe via island hopping
Virus DNA first found in Neanderthal genome identified in modern humans
Researchers collect soil samples from around the globe in effort to conduct fungi survey
DNA study on mummies suggests climate instability drove ancient Peruvians to migrate
Southern Europeans have North African genes
Bigfoot hair samples mostly from bears, wolves
For those who believe in the yeti, the news can only be described as, well, abominable. Science has cast its methodical eye on samples of hair reputed to have been left by the Himalayan snowman of legend... ...
Unique microbes found in extreme environment
Researchers who were looking for organisms that eke out a living in some of the most inhospitable soils on Earth have found a hardy few. A new DNA analysis of rocky soils in the martian-like landscape on some ...
Researchers reconstruct mitochondrial genome of Middle Pleistocene cave bear
Polar bear evolution tracked climate change, new DNA study suggests
A whole-genome analysis suggests that polar bear numbers waxed and waned with climate change, and that the animals may have interbred with brown bears since becoming a distinct species millions of years ago.
Indonesian 'Eves' colonised Madagascar 1,200 years ago
Several dozen Indonesian women founded the colonisation of Madagascar 1,200 years ago, scientists said on Wednesday in a probe into one of the strangest episodes in the human odyssey.
New DNA tests say head isn't French King Henri IV
Three years ago, French researchers declared that a centuries-old mummified head was that of the beloved King Henri IV. But now a new study says, "Non!"