“Genome sequences of 36,000- to 37,000-year-old modern humans at Buran-Kaya III in Crimea” was published in Nature Ecology & Evolution

Researchers from Institut Jacques Monod, including our esteemed colleagues within the NEOMATRIX network, analyzed new genomes together with published ones in their latest study. It allowed them to update the model of population movements, interactions, and turnovers during the peopling of Europe in the Early Upper Paleolithic. The study revealed genetic links between early individuals from Crimea and those found in western Europe associated with the more recent Gravettian assemblages.

The article is authored by E. Andrew Bennett, Oğuzhan Parasayan, Sandrine Prat, Stéphane Péan, Laurent Crépin, Alexandr Yanevich, Thierry Grange & Eva-Maria Geigl.

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