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“Settlers” a new and exciting exhibition at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History revealing the history of Britain’s population since the end of Ice Age till now. We contributed our genetic map to the exhibition explaining the links between genetic ancestry and geographical origins. Open daily to the public, from 9th February till 16th September 2018. Click on the image above to read more and follow the link to the Settlers special event programme.

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Genetic study reveals 30% of white British DNA has German ancestry (The Guardian)

 

DNA study shows Celts are not a unique genetic group (BBC News)
 
Vikings were keen on pillaging, but they drew the line at rape (The Times)
 
Pillage, not Rape (Leader article, The Times)
 
How we are still living in ancient tribes in 2015: Study shows parts of Britain still have same genetic make-up as 1,500 years ago (Daily Mail)
 
Britons still live in Anglo-Saxon tribal kingdoms, Oxford University finds (The Daily Telegraph)
 
Who do you think you are? (The Economist)
 
New genetic map of Britain shows successive waves of immigration going back 10,000 years (The Independent)
 
Vikings were NOT the sex-mad marauders we thought, new DNA study suggests (Daily Mirror)
 
Welsh bear 'closest resemblance' to earliest settlers of Britain (ITV News)
 
Study of Britain produces first fine-scale genetic map of a nation (LA Times)
 
Study Reveals Genetic Path of Modern Britons (New York Times)
 
Forever England? Gene Map Shows Divided British Isles (NBC News)
 
Scottish islands at the heart of new ‘DNA map’ (Scottish Daily Express)
 
Where did the British come from? Fine-scale genetic study reveals clues. (Christian Science Monitor)
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