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Researchers are partnering with Indigenous communities to create genomic maps that connect ancient and historical remains with present-day groups. Such catalogues could eventually be used to help return remains to the right communities. https://go.nature.

06:20 EDT 17 Apr 2019 | Nature Publishing

Researchers are partnering with Indigenous communities to create genomic maps that connect ancient and historical remains with present-day groups. Such catalogues could eventually be used to help return remains to the right communities. https://go.nature.com/2Ulh4R2 

Original Article: Researchers are partnering with Indigenous communities to create genomic maps that connect ancient and historical remains with present-day groups. Such catalogues could eventually be used to help return remains to the right communities. https://go.nature.

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