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Decoding Iceland

January 18th, 1999 | Posted in The New Yorker, Articles | No Comments
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The next big medical breakthroughs may result from one scientist's battle to map the Viking gene pool.
by Michael Specter

If not for a single genetic peculiarity, passed invisibly through the generations, it is unlikely that we would know a thing about a sixteenth-century Icelandic cleric named Einar. Read more »