population genetics Personalis Q1 Revenues Grow 9 Percent The firm tallied $20.9 million in revenues compared to $19.2 million a year ago, edging analysts' consensus estimate of $20.4 million. Sequencing Study Uncovers Genetic Similarities Across Early Ancient Aegean Cultures Investigators saw genetic similarities in culturally distinct Early Bronze Age individuals, followed by an influx of additional hunter-gatherer-related ancestry. Sequencing Analysis Traces Origins of Malaria-Causing Parasite to Southeast Asia Plasmodium vivax likely spread from Southeast Asia through a series of founder events, in contrast to a proposed out-of-Africa scenario. Neanderthal Population Replacement Detected Using Spanish Cave Sediments Nuclear and mitochondrial sequences from sediment samples pointed to two Neanderthal radiations, as well as a population replacement, in northern Spain. Ancient DNA Analysis Sheds Light on Nomadic Scythian Populations Researchers analyzed more than 110 ancient individuals from archeological sites across the Central Asian steppes to examine the genetic history of Scythians. Mar 25, 2015 Decode-led Team Sequences Thousands of Icelandic Genomes Mar 18, 2015 Fine-scale Genetic Map of Britain Gives Clues to Ancient Population Movements Jan 26, 2015 Chinese Team Sequences 69 Pigs, Gaining Insight into Local Adaptations Dec 18, 2014 23andMe Study Shows Diverse Genetic Ancestry within Three Major US Population Groups Premium Dec 9, 2014 Toshiba, Affymetrix Roll out 'Japonica Array' Genotyping Service to Support Japanese Research Premium Dec 4, 2014 Study Suggests African Khoisan Hunter-Gatherers Remained Isolated, Represented Largest Population Premium Nov 11, 2014 New SNP Array Study Sheds Light on Genetic History of Middle Eastern Druze Populations Premium Oct 21, 2014 ASHG Panelists Discuss New Insights into European Population Structure Jun 24, 2014 Researchers to Use Arrays to Study Impact of European Contact on Native American Genomic Diversity Premium Jun 5, 2014 IP Watch: Thermo Fisher, Population Genetics, Roche, Intelligent Bio-Systems, Others Win US Patents Premium Feb 13, 2014 Based on Haplotype Sharing, Researchers Present Atlas of Human Admixture Events Dec 30, 2013 With Set of Neutral SNVs, Researchers Estimate Human Population Growth Aug 9, 2013 Study Highlights Admixture between Ancestral Indian Populations Prior to Caste System May 28, 2013 Pan-Asian Population Genomics Initiative to Embark on Multiple GWAS to ID Variants of Interest Premium May 9, 2013 Biology of Genomes Presentation Highlights Ancient DNA Potential for Population Analysis May 8, 2013 Modern Europeans Share a Number of Recent Genetic Ancestors Apr 30, 2013 Genome Arabia Project Launches to ID Disease-Causing Mutations in Middle Eastern Populations Premium Apr 30, 2013 Q&A: Kuwait University's Fahd Al-Mulla on Genome Arabia and Genomics in the Middle East Premium Apr 23, 2013 PopGen's Reflex Method Helps Sequence Single Gene in Many Samples; Potential Use to Build Long Reads Premium Nov 9, 2012 Iceman's Genetic Ties to Sardinian Population Offers Hints About Agriculture's Ancient Spread Load More Breaking News New California Condor Genome Assembly Reveals High Genetic Diversity DiaSorin Q1 Revenues Rise 53 Percent on SARS-CoV-2 Testing Demand New Products Posted to GenomeWeb: Bio-Rad, GP-write, Twist Bioscience, KogeneBiotech, More In Brief This Week: Pacific Biosciences, PerkinElmer, Unilabs, and More People in the News: New Appointments at Berkeley Lights, Castle Bio, IsoPlexis, More DermTech Q1 Revenues up 62 Percent The Scan Call to Look Again More than a dozen researchers penned a letter in Science saying a previous investigation into the origin of SARS-CoV-2 did not give theories equal consideration. Not Always Trusted In a new poll, slightly more than half of US adults have a great deal or quite a lot of trust in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Hill reports. Identified Decades Later A genetic genealogy approach has identified "Christy Crystal Creek," the New York Times reports. Science Papers Report on Splicing Enhancer, Point of Care Test for Sexual Transmitted Disease In Science this week: a novel RNA structural element that acts as a splicing enhancer, and more.