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Oldest human DNA ever from the UK reveals two distinct populations recolonised post Ice Age Britain

Scientists from the Crick, Natural History Museum and University College London (UCL) have obtained the oldest human DNA from Britain thus far.
26 Oct 2022
Written by Katherine Denyer
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Dr Sophy Charlton sampling Kendrick's Cave human remains for ancient DNA.  - Tom Booth
Dr Sophy Charlton sampling Kendrick's Cave human remains for ancient DNA. - Tom Booth

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