Forget all of those Hollywood hair-sample crime-busting tales and join Julian for a real-world look at what your locks can say about you.
For years, theories have abounded about how the first people in the New World got there, but now we seem to have a definitive answer, thanks to the miracle of DNA analysis.
Human hair comes in a variety of colors; including brown, blonde and black. Why doesn’t it occur as blue or green?
The finding of a cross-breed suggests that interbreeding with Neanderthals was more common than previously thought.
The finding is sure to reignite a long and bitter battle over the ultimate fate of the skeleton.
Early Europeans and Asians looked much like they do today 5,000 years ago, except they couldn't do one thing well: drink milk.
Every Monday, we answer some of YOUR questions! This week, let’s tackle hair. Why do we all have different hair?
Trace brushes us up on the ABCs of DNA and then recounts the findings of new research that could rewrite what we thought we knew about inherited traits.
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