Archéo-génétique 2015

Scientists reveal early Irish genetic traits – VIDEO

When and where did wolves become dogs?

Genographic Researchers in Australia Uncover Unique Branches of the Human Family Tree

Viruses, too, are our fingerprint

Neolithic farmers from Greece and Anatolia

- Farming’s in Their DNA

- Londres (G-B): DNA results on Roman Londoners show culturally diverse population

Ancient DNA shows Stone Age humans evolved quickly as they took up farming

Domestication Saved the Pumpkin (and Squash)

Denisova (Russie): Ancient teeth reveal more about mysterious human relatives

Kotias Klde (Géorgie): Finding a fourth strand of ancient European ancestry

- Aconcagua (Argentine): Inca child mummy reveals lost genetic history of South America

Genetic structure of 1,272 Italians

Genome sequencing project sheds light on origin of the date palm

Selection against Neandertal deleterious alleles

New test for ancient DNA authenticity throws doubt on Stone Age wheat trade

DNA reveals that the plague is much older than previously suspected

Ancient wild ox genome reveals complex cow ancestry

DNA from ancient baby remains in Alaska supports Bering land bridge layover

Lassithi plateau (Grèce): the Minoans were indigenous Europeans.

Plague in humans 'twice as old' but didn't begin as flea-borne

Dogs may have come from Nepal or Mongolia

Geneticists reconstruct population history of New York City

Mota Cave (Ethiopie): From a very old skeleton, new insights on ancient migrations

Wairau Bar (Nouvelle Zélande): Researchers sequence kuri dog genomes 

- Machu Picchu (Pérou): sequencing the skeletons' ancient DNA

Global diversity, population stratification, and selection of human copy-number variation

Recent admixture in contemporary West Eurasians

- What the Inuit can tell us about omega-3 fats and ‘paleo’ diets

Human genes adapted to life in the Arctic

Can DNA evidence fill gaps in our history books?

Denisova Cave (Russie): New DNA tests on ancient Denisovan people 'shows them occupying Altai cave 170,000 years ago'

DNA from Neandertal relative may shake up human family tree

Are modern humans really losing DNA?

EL Portalon (Espagne):Ancient genomes link early farmers to Basques

- Common origins of Neolithic farmers in Europe traced

Rethinking the dispersal of Homo sapiens out of Africa

Lajia (Cine): DNA Reveals That It Was Not The Mother Protecting This Child In The 'Asian Pompeii'

Teopancazco (Mexique): Infant Burials And Decapitated Men In Ancient Teotihuacan Neighborhood Reveal Diverse Origins

- Using modern human genetics to study ancient phenomena

Genomes tell the story of Native American biological origins

DNA Study Pinpoints When The Ancient Greeks Colonized Sicily And Italy

Genome analysis pins down arrival and spread of first Americans

Genetic studies link indigenous peoples in the Amazon and Australasia

Xiaohe (Chine): DNA Reveals These Red-Haired Mummies Come From Europe And Asia

Chotuna-Chornancap (Perou): DNA test to determine ancient priestess origin

Tiny Genetic Tweak Unlocked Corn Kernels During Domestication

When did Tibetans have sex with prehistoric humans?

- First comprehensive analysis of the woolly mammoth genome completed

Oase Cave (Roumanie): An early European had a close Neandertal ancestor

DNA from hot climates technically feasible

Les Trois-Frères (France): La grotte magdalénienne livre le premier génome mitochondrial d'une espèce éteinte de bison

- Kennewick Man closely related to modern Native Americans

Nilo-Saharan component

Nomadic herders left a strong genetic mark on Europeans and Asians

Giant deer were still present in Southern Germany after the Ice Age

More Y-chromosome super-fathers

Humans migrated north, rather than south, in the main successful migration from Cradle of Humankind

Ancient DNA may provide clues into how past environments affected ancient populations

Orkney Islanders are 25 percent Norwegian

Ancient DNA suggests dogs split from wolves 40,000 years ago

- Most European men descend from a handful of Bronze Age forefathers

Early European may have had Neanderthal great-great-grandparent

New population genetics model could explain European differences

Ancient mtDNA from Neolithic France

DNA suggests all early eskimos migrated from Alaska's North Slope

Bone DNA reveals humanity’s trek into South America

- Woolly mammoth genomes offer insight into their history and extinction

There was a decline of male diversity when humans took to agriculture

mtDNA of Alaskan Eskimos

Haplogroup G1, Y-chromosome mutation rate and migrations of Iranic speakers

Kimberley (Australie): Iconic boab trees trace journeys of ancient Aboriginal people

- How Europeans evolved white skin

More Infidelity Uncovered in King Richard III's Family Tree

Old DNA reveals Viking impacts on flora and fauna

Complex genetic ancestry of Americans uncovered

- Bottleneck in human Y-chromosomes in the last 10,000 years

DNA reveals the origins of modern Europeans

The first fine-scale genetic map of the British Isles

Natural selection and ancient European DNA

Wealth and power may have played a stronger role than 'survival of the fittest'

Cultivated papaya owes a lot to the ancient Maya

Some genes 'foreign' in origin and not from our ancestors

Millions of modern men are descendants of 11 Asian dynastic leaders

- Saint Martin : DNA helps identify origins of slave skeletons found in Caribbean

Genetic study revives debate on origin and expansion of Indo-European languages in Europe

Argentine: first-ever human population adaptation to toxic chemical, arsenic

- Ancient skeletons hold key to origins of language

- Bouldnor Cliff (G-B): DNA evidence shows surprise cultural connections between Britain and Europe 8,000 years ago

The Black Death came to Europe at different times

- Team Searches for Indo-European Homeland through Kazakhstan DNA

- Why do East Asians have more Neandertal ancestry than Europeans?

- Tropical fire ants traveled the world on 16th century ships

Bacterial DNA from the Black Death found in teeth

- Genetic study confirms history of the Druze community 

A story of 69 ancient Europeans

European languages linked to migration from the east

A genetic map of the British population

Scientists reveal rapid New Zealand penguin extinction and arrivals

Did genetic links to modern maladies provide ancient benefits?

Genghis Khan's genetic legacy has competition

DNA & the Origins of Peoples: The Armenians VIDEO

- Tuberculosis genomes track human history

Kennewick Man was Native American

Y chromosome super-fathers

- Western Eurasian mtDNA in modern Siberians

How corn became corn

Study of ancient dogs in the Americas yields insights into human, dog migration

- Vikings were plagued by intestinal parasites