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Sunday, April 25, 2021
Watch FREE Webinars for DNA Day on 26 April 2021
I received this information from FamilySearch today:
On April 26, 1953, the DNA Double Helix was discovered by scientists James Watson and Francis Crick at Cambridge University. 50 years later to the day, the Human Genome Project was completed and in 2021, RootsTech will be celebrating how each of those discoveries changed the world by hosting a free DNA Day Event. We hope you join us!
Throughout the day, we’ll be featuring a host of experiences, classes and interactive events to help you discover more about the impact DNA is having on family history research. Events include:
Live Webinar: 9:00 AM MDT (20 min) – Why Genealogists Use DNA
Live Webinar: 9:45 AM MDT (20 min) – How Genealogists Use DNA
Learning Activity: 10:30 AM MDT (60 min) – Grouping DNA Matches
Live Q&A: 12:00 PM MDT (60 min) – DNA Painter with Jonny Perl
Live Webinar: 1:00 PM MDT (60 min) – Using DNA to Determine Relationships
Live Webinar: 2:15 PM MDT (30 min) – Using DNA to Find Unknown Parents: A Case Study
Live Webinar: 3:00 PM MDT (30 min) – Using DNA to Solve a Brick Wall: A Case Study
If you’d like more information about DNA Day, visit our website. We hope to see you there! =======================================================
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