Archéo-génétique 2016

Canaries (Espagne): Hidden seeds reveal Islands history

Scientists Find DNA Of Human Ancestors In Cave Floor Dirt

Ancient DNA can both diminish and defend modern minds

Arctic Inuit, Native American cold adaptations may originate from extinct hominids

Heuneburg (Allemagne): Human blood, organs, and a surprising virus detected in ancient pottery

Tibetan Mastiff gained high altitude adaptation after domestication by wolf interbreeding

Lithuanie: Virus found in child mummy suggests recent rise of deadly smallpox

Malaria ravaged the ancient Roman Empire 2,000 years ago

- 5000-year-old cobs reveal corn domestication in the act

Almost 60% of ancient native Canadian community died within years of European settlers arriving

Neanderthal inheritance helped humans adapt to life outside of Africa

Aboriginal Australians, Pacific Islanders carry DNA of unknown human species

Ancient human history more complex than previously thought

The Higgs Bison -- mystery species hidden in cave art

Ancient hominid 'hanky panky' also influenced spread of STIs

Scientists map genome of African diaspora in the Americas

Genome of fiercely protective Fonni's Dog reflects human history of Sardinia

New research on ancient Pacific skeletons reveals Maori ancestors

DNA shows first inhabitants of Vanuatu came from Philippines and Taiwan

Indigenous Australians most ancient civilisation on Earth, DNA study confirms

DNA analysis from 30 archaeological sites reveals how cats spread around the world

Black has Always Been the New Black Where Pigs are Concerned

Genetics of African KhoeSan populations maps to Kalahari Desert geography

Isotope tests ID salmon remains at Interior Alaska site

Altenerding (Allemagne) : Reconstructing the 6th century plague from a victim

Forensic analysis of pigtails to help identify original 'mutineers of H.M.S. Bounty'

First Americans might have colonized by sea

Hunter-gatherers experimented with farming in Turkey before migrating to Europe

The great evolutionary smoke out: An advantage for modern humans?

DNA analyses reveal genetic identities of world's first farmers

Xuanquanzhi (Chine) :Ancient feces provides earliest evidence of infectious disease being carried on Silk Road

- Yoram Cave (Israel) :Genome of 6,000-year-old barley grains sequenced for first time

A federal origin of Stone Age farming

Madagascar : New picture emerges on human settlement

Sub-Saharan Africa's 4000-year legacy of past migrations

Researchers find Highland East Asian origin for prehistoric Himalayan populations

How squash agriculture spread bees in pre-Columbian North America

- Farming Was So Nice, It Was Invented at Least Twice 

Ancestry of early European farmers traced

Males were saved by agriculture

Inbred Neanderthals left humans a genetic burden

D'où vient le chien ? / Rethinking the Origin of Dogs

Huaca Pucllana (Pérou) : Ancient Wari Empire likely did not cause large shifts in population genetic diversity

The great migration of African Americans

Byrsa (Tunisie) : DNA of ancient Phonecian could make us reconsider history of human migration

- Migration back to Africa took place during the Paleolithic

- Peştera Muierii 1 (Roumanie): DNA of 35,000-year-old Homo sapiens reveals Palaeolithic migration back to Africa

Specific changes to non-coding RNA may be part of what makes us human

Ancient trading networks and Arabian camel diversity

Zeleny Yar (Russie): DNA tests to seek modern relatives of 800 year old mummified boy

Molecular clock for estimating ages of ancient genomes

Discovery of a fundamental limit to the evolution of the genetic code

The genetic history of Ice Age Europe

Modern DNA reveals ancient male population explosions linked to migration and technology

DNA sat nav uncovers ancient Ashkenaz and Yiddish origins

- Team studies whether Americans were descendants of original modern humans

- Modern men lack Y chromosome genes from Neanderthals

New study hones in on dingo origin and looks to ancient DNA for confirmation of path to Australia

Ancient DNA shows European wipe-out of early Americans

More ancient viruses lurk in our DNA than we thought

Anthropologists reconstruct mitogenomes from prehistoric dental calculus

A world map of Neanderthal and Denisovan ancestry in modern humans

A golden age of ancient DNA science begins

Pérou: Using Ancient DNA, Researchers Unravel the Mystery of Machu Picchu

Denisovan DNA excavated in modern Pacific Islanders

- Antrim (Irlande): discovery of bones could forever change what we know about the Irish

No Y-chromosomes of recent Indian origin in Australians

5000 years of migration has significant implications for Māori and Pasifika health today

Was Viking ruler Rollo Danish or Norwegian?

Vác (Hongrie): Mutated gene associated with colon cancer discovered in 18th-century mummy

- Genetics show 50 thousand years of independent history of Aboriginal Australian people 

Panama: Spanish conquest left its imprint on men's genes

Researchers trace peanut crop back to its Bolivian roots

Archaic introgression in Pygmies

Altai Neanderthal shows gene flow from early modern humans

Are living Africans nested within Eurasian genetic variation (?)

Slavery carried bilharzia parasites from West Africa to the Caribbean

- mtDNA from 55 hunter-gatherers across 35,000 years in Europe

Genome research explains human migration, evolution

- '70 generations ago, caste stopped people inter-mixing'

DNA evidence uncovers major upheaval in Europe near end of last Ice Age

From genes to latrines: Vikings and their worms provide clues to emphysema

New research into the origins of the Austronesian languages

Genetic history of present-day Indians

Alto de Reinoso (Espagne): Neolithic tomb reveals community stayed together, even in death

Ancient genomes reveal that the English are one-third Anglo-Saxon

York (G-B): Origins of decapitated Romans traced by genome technology

How genetics has helped crack the history of human migration

Genetic data does not support ancient trans-Atlantic migration

Plague may have persisted in Europe during 300-year period, including 'Black Death'

New discoveries concerning Ötzi's genetic history

Dog domestication may have increased harmful genetic changes

How blue and green clays kill bacteria

Wild horses lost their camouflage because of humans

Ötzi, homme des glaces vieux de 5 300 ans, était infecté par une bactérie « asiatique »

Neanderthal genes gave modern humans an immunity boost, allergies

- The first European farmers are traced back to Anatolia