Genographic Project News

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Awakening the Language & Culture of Ancient Maya

November 22, 2013

It is estimated that by 2100, more than half of the 7,000 languages spoken on Earth will have disappeared. Throughout human history, languages have come and gone, but the rate at which languages are disappearing has accelerated dramatically in recent …

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The Genographic Project Goes to Guam

October 21, 2013

The name Micronesia, meaning small islands, describes the region well since most of these are small atolls, less than 80 square miles. I’m among the beautiful Marianas islands of western Micronesia, more specifically in Guam to meet the Chamorro people, …

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Stone Age farmers, hunters kept their distance

October 11, 2013

Polarization — right and left, red state and blue state, etc. — wasn’t invented yesterday. Ask the scientists studying the bones of prehistoric Europeans. Hundreds of skeletal remains, many from a newly discovered cave in Germany, have produced a startling …

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Ancient DNA Reveals Multiple Stages of Settlement in Europe, National Geographic’s Genographic Project Finds

Europe’s Early Settlers Uncovered

October 10, 2013

Europe’s Stone Age settlers migrated in waves that replaced older hunter-gatherer cultures, suggests a study that looks at European DNA, both ancient and modern. The results reported in the journal, Science, answer questions about the peopling of modern-day Europe.…

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Kayakers Complete 1000km-Crossing of Baffin Island

October 1, 2013

After 65 days of travel across Baffin Island, kayakers Erik Boomer, Katherine Breen, and siblings Eric and Sarah McNair-Landry were treated to a special welcome as they arrived in Cape Dorset, completing their crossing of Baffin Island.…

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