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Washington (DC): National Geographic, 2007. 256 pages.
In Deep Ancestry, Spencer Wells, the director of the National Geographic Society’s Genographic Project, clearly explains the science behind the project — which is collecting DNA from a wide sample of the world’s population in order to understand the evolution of the human genome — and also engagingly relates the stories of five of its volunteers. Describing the book as “concise and well-written,” the reviewer for Publishers Weekly writes, “It is a remarkable journey that will appeal to readers of all backgrounds interested in exploring the science and research behind human evolution.” Wells’s first book was The Journey of Man.
Voices for Evolution
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