MSNBC has created a web page about Genetic Genealogy. Several of the NBC journalists have participated in DNA testing and have written about their experiences.
Articles available now at the new page include:
- Columbus mystery nearly solved - Genetic researchers say their tests are closing in on answers to two nagging mysteries: Where was Christopher Columbus really born? And where the devil are his bones?
- Lab takes on Joan of Arc legend - Are purported remains really hers?
- Irish king left a wide genetic trail - 3 million men said to be descended from Niall
- Millions of Jews traced to four women - Genetic signature for 3.5 million Ashkenazim
- Mozart mystery just gets murkier - DNA test of skull adds to confusion
- Billy the Kid investigation resurrected
- Jamestown DNA sleuths strike out
- Gene study links Polynesians to Taiwan
- Revolutionary War mystery still unsettled
- Human migration traced through genes
- DNA preserves Native American heritage
- Columbus tomb may be opened
- Genetic shuffle linked to fertility
- Genetic study focuses on Asian diversity
- DNA fingerprinting sparks fresh worries
- Using DNA to reunite adoptees, parents
- Corps of Discovery's descendants reunite
- John Kerry's family traced back to royalty
- Black statesman finds African roots
- Are you related to Genghis?
- Mystery of royal heart put to rest
- DNA shoots hole in Captain Cook legend
- Bush vs. Kerry? They're distant cousins
- Father finds son after a lifetime apart
- Can genes unravel a Viking mystery?
- DNA said to confirm Lindbergh kids
- DNA takes on a family's mysteries
This appears to be an interesting site to watch. You can find it at http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3038411