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Family history: going way back via DNA

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PHOTOS ARE FOR YOUR ONE-TIME USE ONLY AS A TIE-IN WITH THE GENOGRAPHIC PROJECT. NO SALES. NO TRANSFERS. NO ARCHIVES. Credit: Courtesy, IBM DNA molecule. The Genographic Project, a global, five-year research initiative launched by National Geographic and IBM, will trace the migratory history of the human species. (Courtesy of IBM)

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PHOTOS ARE FOR YOUR ONE-TIME USE ONLY AS A TIE-IN WITH THE GENOGRAPHIC PROJECT. NO SALES. NO TRANSFERS. NO ARCHIVES. Credit: Becky Hale, National Geographic Genographic Project Public Participation Kit. The Genographic Project, a global, five-year research initiative launched by National Geographic and IBM, will trace the migratory history of the human species. (Courtesy of Becky Hale, National Geographic)

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Where do you come from? You may find an answer encoded in your DNA, but only if you ask the right questions.


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