Archéo-Génétique 2017

Ancient DNA reveals role of Near East and Egypt in cat domestication

Ancient DNA Could Unravel the Mystery of Prehistoric European Migration

Ancient Egyptians more closely related to Europeans than modern Egyptians

Europe’s ancient hunter-gatherers and farmers were intimately connected

Genomics tracks migration from lost empires to modern cities

Bronze-Age “Beaker Culture” Invaded Britain, Ancient-Genome Study Finds

- Populations along the eastern Mediterranean coast share a genetic heritage that transcends nationality

Religion helped make modern chicken

Philistines Brought Their Pigs With Them

Archaeogeneticist pinpoints Indian population origins using today’s populace

Genetic analysis reveals patterns of migration of early Bantu speaking people

Native Americans Have Actually Been There Since the Beginning

Ancient Horse DNA Shows Scythian Warriors Were Adept Domesticators

DNA from extinct humans discovered in cave sediments

Researchers map the evolution of dog breeds

Leonardo da Vinci ‘Relics’ Discovered That Can Potentially Provide His DNA

Farming reached the Mediterranean from the Near-East much earlier than we thought

- Archaeogenetic findings unlock ancestral origins of Sardinians

10,000 years of genetic continuity in northwest North America

- DNA research helps understand how the Americas were first populated

New DNA research shows true migration route of early farming in Europe 8,000 years ago, correcting previous theories

Heping Dao (Taiwan) :New perspective on the European colonization of Asia

Agriculture, dietary changes, and adaptations in fat metabolism from ancient to modern Europeans

El Sidron (Espagne) : Dental plaque DNA shows Neandertals used 'aspirin'

Australian aboriginal hair shows 50,000 years connection to country

Where did the Scythians come from?

Une épidémie de salmonellose à l’origine de la disparition des Aztèques ?

Genetic data show mainly men migrated to Europe from the Pontic steppe 5,000 years ago

Thousands of horsemen may have swept into Bronze Age Europe, transforming the local population

Neanderthal DNA contributes to human gene expression

Chaco Canyon (USA) : Excavation Reveals Maternal Lineage

Otzi the Iceman: Researchers validate the stability of genetic markers

Looking at Sardinian DNA for genetic clues to an island's -- and Europe's -- past

Chertovy Vorota Cave (Russie) : Ancient women found  were close relatives of today’s indigenous population

Tracing human migration events after 'out of Africa' origins

LAU geneticist leads revelatory research into Ice Age populations

- Troie (Turquie): Byzantine skeleton yields 800-year-old genomes from a fatal infection