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Chimp Genetic History Stranger Than Humans'

Researchers have sequenced the first full set of great ape genomes. Shown here: chimpanzees and gorillas.

تمّت ترجمة هذا الرسم المعلوماتي بالتعاون بين مشروع إدراك للترجمة (EdrakProject@) ومبادرة

تمّت ترجمة هذا الرسم المعلوماتي بالتعاون بين مشروع إدراك للترجمة (EdrakProject@) ومبادرة

from Mail Online

The 'father of humanity' lived 239,000 years ago, claims genetic study

Humans' common father. Scientists now estimate his age to be 239,000 years old – a date closer to humanity's most common female ancestor who is believed to have lived 200,000 years ago.

from WIRED

Circle of Life: The Beautiful New Way to Visualize Biological Data

The Ust'-Ishim femur from Siberia, an anatomically modern human from 43-47,000 years ago, left enough DNA to be fully sequenced, including the 2% Neanderthal portion.

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-race-to-sequence-the-human-genome-tien-nguyen In 1990, The Human Genome Project proposed to sequence the enti...

from Bloomberg.com

Illumina’s DNA Supercomputer Ushers in the $1,000 Human Genome

DNA supercomputer makes human genome sequencing more affordable #humangenome

Why would scientists want to build human genomes from scratch? http://www.corespirit.com/scientists-want-build-human-genomes-scratch/

from Ars Technica

An interview with J Craig Venter, the man who sequenced the human genome