La Universidad del País Vasco está estos días en las páginas de “ciencia” de todo el mundo. La razón es el trabajo realizado por el “Department of Genetics, Physical Anthropology & Animal Physiology in the Faculty of Science and Technology at the Leioa campus” y su trabajo de genética en la necrópolis de Aldaieta (Araba).

Este trabajo, o mejor dicho, sus espectaculares resultados son comentados en medios de comunicación de todo el mundo. ¿Quién dice que solo somos fútbol y política? Detrás de todo eso, mejor, encima de eso, hay una sociedad que trabaja y se esfuerza por hacer las cosas dentro del grupo de los mejores. Difícil encontrar mejor referente que éste. Zorionak!!

Science Centric – Sofia,Sofia Town,Bulgaria

Reconstruction of the biological history of Aldaieta necropolis

A research team from the Department of Genetics, Physical Anthropology and Animal Physiology in the Faculty of Science and Technology at the Leioa campus of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), and led by Ms Concepcion de la Rua, has reconstructed the history of the evolution of human population and answered questions about history, using DNA extracted from skeleton remains.(+)

Thaindian.com – Bangkok,Bangkok,Thailand

DNA study reconstructs biological history of Aldaieta necropolis

Washington, April 9 (ANI): Scientists have achieved a significant success in discerning the history of past populations, and answering unresolved questions about them, by studying DNA extracted from skeleton remains.
This breakthrough results from a genetic study that researchers from the Department of Genetics, Physical Anthropology & Animal Physiology in the Faculty of Science and Technology at the Leioa campus of the University of the Basque Country carried out in the necropolis at Aldaieta (Araba), a prime archaeological and historical site. (+)

innovations report – Bad Homburg,Germany

Ancient DNA: reconstruction of the biological history of Aldaieta necropolis

A research team from the Department of Genetics, Physical Anthropology & Animal Physiology in the Faculty of Science and Technology at the Leioa campus of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), and led by Ms Concepción de la Rúa, has reconstructed the history of the evolution of human population and answered questions about history, using DNA extracted from skeleton remains.(+)

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