The team discovered that Baltic hunter-gatherers were never overwhelmed by migration
A research team led by Trinity scientists have published a study outlining their findings on hunter-gatherer populations in the Baltic states. While it was previously assumed that the Baltic hunter-gather population of the Neolithic period interbred with and was subsequently …
The team was made up of researchers from Trinity, the University of Cambridge and University College Dublin
Trinity researchers have found that the genetic makeup of modern East Asians closely resembles that of their hunter-gatherer ancestors due to little genetic disruption in East Asian populations since the early Neolithic period.
“Genetically speaking, the populations across northern East …