Cornell University Tracing Volunteers’ DNA

Epoch Times
Cornell University recently announced plans to map the genetic code of 200 randomly selected undergraduate students in an effort to trace human ancestry to the remote past in East Africa.
Directed by professor Charles “Chip” Aquadro of the Cornell Center for Comparative and Populative Genomics and professor Spencer Wells, director of the famous National Geographic Society’s Genographic Project will host a lecture on Feb. 1 at the university. Afterward, a random sampling of 200 volunteers’ DNA will be taken by the Genographic Project.