Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Who Do You Think You Are? - Olympia, London

The Scottish DNA Project will be represented at Who Do you Think You Are? - The national history show at Olympia, London from 25-27th February 2011.

The show features over 100 workshops from top genealogists and includes 23 talks on DNA and family history from Bennett Greenspan, Max Blankfeld and Mike Hammer from Family Tree DNA, as well as Brian Swann, Chris Pomery and Katherine Borges.

Talks this year include:
  • DNA for Genealogy - Basic Concepts
  • DNA Recruiting and Testing on Both Sides of the Pond
  • DNA Success Stories
  • New Frontiers for DNA and Genealogy
  • The Populating of the World According to DNA
  • Combining Traditional and Genetic Genealogy: lessons from leading surname projects
  • National Geographic's DNA Project - The Genographic Project
  • 'There's a Family History Here, Jim - but not (quite) as we know it!'
  • 21st Century Tools for the Genealogist
Come along to stalls 31 & 42 (they are next to one another) to meet the University of Strathclyde team who are overseeing the project. An event not to be missed if you are in the locality.

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