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    Future analysis of 1,500 people who used to live in Anatolia

    A Turkish newspaper published the following:

    The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded Turkish scientists a €2.5 million ($2.9 million) grant to analyze the DNA of 1,500 people who used to live in the Anatolian region – the Asian part of present-day Turkey – during the Neolithic period.
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    The study will cover the period from 10,000-7,000 BC.
    The number of anDNA samples is really skyrocketing. Even 350 samples which the researchers plan to focus on for "deeper analysis" is phenomenal! A bit too ancient to my liking, but still highly interesting.


    www . hurriyetdailynews . com / turkish-scientists-to-crack-neolithic-era-dna-code-european-funding-awarded-125398

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    I hope these Turkish scientists will invoke the help of specialists to have the job done, and not improvise on their own
    that is what I think is happening with the Indus civilization project from which we still don't have any results

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