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Aug 5 2015 | Mexican Museum, San Francisco | Posted In: Faculty
For Immediate Release The Mexican Museum to Host Talk by Dr. Carlos D. Bustamante, Renowned Professor of Genetics at Stanford University Program on August 17 highlights surprising new research on ethnic diversity of Mexico’s people
Aug 4 2015 | Stanford Careers
The Stanford Center for Computational, Evolutionary, and Human Genomics (CEHG) has an immediate opening for an Administrative Associate to support world-class research at the School of Humanities and Sciences and the School of Medicine. With its beautiful 8,000-acre campus and more than 25,000...
Jul 24 2015 | Science AAAS
...Schroeder and his colleagues are attempting to extract and sequence ancient DNA from a member of the extinct Taíno tribe, who lived in the Caribbean before Christopher Columbus arrived. They hope to shed light on how and when people arrived in the Caribbean, one of the last regions of the world...
Jul 21 2015 | Stanford News
Today, in Science, an international team of geneticists, evolutionary biologists, and statisticians concluded that all Native Americans descended from a single immigration event out of Siberia. The team looked at the DNA from 110 modern Native Americans and 23 who died 200 to 6,000 years ago and...
Jun 27 2015 | Stanford Daily | Posted In: Faculty
"A new study using DNA technology found an 8,500-year-old skeleton from Kennewick, Washington to be closely related to Native Americans, refuting a previous study that concluded it was Japanese or Polynesian."