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Bryan Sykes, professor of human genetics at Oxford University, pioneered the use of DNA in exploring the human past. He is the author of Saxons, Vikings, and Celts and the New York Times bestseller The Seven Daughters of Eve.
"Sykes has solved some of the hottest debates about human origins." -- Publishers Weekly "A natural storyteller, [Sykes] relates the history of developing genetics up to contemporary times as the DNA of genes is decoded.... A riveting account showing how archeological evidence and molecular biology findings complement one another in the challenge to unearth our past and our beginnings." -- Choice "Scientifically accurate and understandable to the layperson.... [The Seven Daughters of Eve] will be recognized as an important work, bringing molecular anthropology to a mass audience." -- Nature "Sykes recounts his tale of discovery with the drama it warrants...gripping." -- New York Times Book Review "A lovely, rollicking book, direct and clear.... [A] fascinating glimpse into anthropology in the era of the genome." -- Wall Street Journal