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Chromosome (24) mtDNA – Lynn Margulis and the mitochondrial DNA

In many cultures, surnames are passed from father to child. I’m a McLysaght because my father, my father’s father, and my father’s grandfather were McLysaghts. Unfortunately, my many female ancestors don’t get recorded. And in fact, I don’t even know my great-grandmothers’ maiden names. But there does exist a very important genetic link between the […]

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Oldest Human DNA Leads To More Questions Than Answers

The discovery of a bone representing humanity’s oldest known relative is something that should have scientists patting themselves on the back, but it’s also got them scratching their heads. Researchers discovered the ancient humanoid remains in a cave — known as the “Sima de Los Huesos” or “Pit of Bones” — in Spain. (Via Madrid […]

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Can This New Method of Recycling Reduce Fashion Waste?

The ability to use a mixture of textile waste resources and convert them into building application products. Shows that there are endless possibilities. So here’s an example of tile that we produce that has got a combination of a couple of different types of waste materials. And in this instance we’ve got glass coupled with […]

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