The shape of the nose can give you an idea where your ancestors likely lived. Here’s what your wide or narrow nostrils tell you about where you ancestors possibly came from.
Healthy Living/Wellness March 19, 2017
The single-celled organism known as LUCA is the common ancestor of bacteria and archaea. Genetic analysis revealed it thrived in hot and non-oxygenated environment and consumed hydrogen gas.
Animals July 26, 2016
Scientists from the University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin and Cambridge University found genetic evidence that can help reveal the secret to the ancestry of early Europeans. This "fourth strand" was uncovered after sequencing the genome of 13,000-year-old human remains.
November 18, 2015
Genetic study shows ancient populations of hunter-gatherers sheltering in the Caucasus Mountains during the ice age contributed to a significant portion of the genome of modern Europeans. The discovery rounds out our knowledge of European ancestry, researchers say.
November 16, 2015
Two out of three men living in Europe can trace their ancestry to just three paternal lineages from thousands of years in the past, researchers say. That means just three individuals may have been the direct ancestors of a majority of European men today, they suggest.
May 19, 2015
The United States is more than just about whites and blacks. If anything, it is home to all colors, truly fitting to be called a melting pot.
LIFE December 21, 2014
Worms, flies and humans may be three very different and distance species but findings of a new study reveals that they share a lot of gene expression patterns, which indicate a shared ancestry.
August 30, 2014
Close friends share as many genes as fourth cousins, more than strangers, new research reveals.
LIFE July 14, 2014
Geneticists at Oxford University, University College London and the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany had published a report, "A Genetic Atlas of Human Admixture History,", which is an analysis of the blending of people in human populations around the world. They noted historical events in our own and our ancestors' DNA. They used DNA to characterize significant historical blending events, and identified 100 historical events of human contact over the last 4,000 years.
Animals February 17, 2014
Researchers have traced European ancestry for the domesticated dogs.
Animals November 18, 2013