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  •  Lots of great work going on (1+ / 0-)
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    pixxer

    A sample of the stuff that crossed my desk when I was there: ancient hominin admixture, DNA matching of Holocaust victims with living relatives, gene linkages and asthma, and tons of other really nifty stuff that would probably require a lot of explanation.

    (I should mention that my spouse was a postdoc in his lab, while I was a tech)

    •  I'm sure Mike has a website with recent (1+ / 0-)
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      papers on it. I'll take a look. I'm going to try to have one of my Evolution students work on Y-chromosomal "Adam" and mt-"Eve" for her poster presentation at the end of the term.

      We all understand that freedom isn't free. What Romney and Ryan don't understand is that neither is opportunity. We have to invest in it.
      Julian Castro, DNC 4 Sept 2012

      by pixxer on Wed Mar 13, 2013 at 09:59:19 AM PDT

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      •  The recent pubs page for Hammer (1+ / 0-)
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        is here. Doesn't look like it's been updated since 2011. They were never the best at keeping up their web presence (the haplogroup-a.com site, part of the FTDNA family is a good illustration. I mean, just look at it).

        Anyway, Google Scholar is an invaluable resource.

        •  Yeah, I actually found the entire website (0+ / 0-)

          at ASU pretty easily. Some great design there!! It looks as though it would be a fun group to work with, if the attitude on the site is any indication :) (example: "Recent escapees") Thanks!

          We all understand that freedom isn't free. What Romney and Ryan don't understand is that neither is opportunity. We have to invest in it.
          Julian Castro, DNC 4 Sept 2012

          by pixxer on Wed Mar 13, 2013 at 11:25:10 AM PDT

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