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Genetic Data Reveals the World Was Populated From a Single Location

Three studies of the genomes of 787 people concluded that most non-African DNA in the world comes from a single human exodus from Africa 50,000 to 80,000 years ago. None of the studies found a gene to account for the accelerated progress of those ancient humans, so environment, lifestyle, and other factors were likely responsible.

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Billionaire doctor wants to install a genome-analyzing supercomputer at a children's hospital

Billionaire doctor Patrick Soon-Shiong plans to install a supercomputer at the Phoenix Childrens Hospital that will help doctors fully sequence and a…