New Aboriginal genome study rewrites the history books

An international team of scientists have just published findings that re-interpret the history of our species.

The study, published in the September 22 edition of the journal Science, details how a lock of hair donated by a West Australian Aboriginal man around a hundred years ago was used to sequence a full genome, revealing a new twist in the tale of humankind’s dispersal across the world.

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