A new study uses genetic data from living people to trace millennia-old migration patterns.

Using around 2,000 DNA samples—slightly more than half from 63 locations in Europe and the Middle East, and the rest taken from another 87 locations elsewhere in the world—the researchers looked at where certain shared genetic markers fell on the chromosome to determine the date of admixing, the term for when two previously separate groups begin to merge.

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