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The Australian Centre for Ancient DNA (ACAD) is one of the leading ancient DNA centres in the world. Established in 2005, it has an international reputation for highly-innovative research and a trans-disciplinary focus. Growing programs include research into Forensics, Genomics, 3rd Generation Sequencing, Human Evolution and Megafaunal Extinctions. ACAD’s key interests include molecular studies of population genetics, paleoenvironments, phylogeny, phylogeopraphy, molecular clocks, and the application of DNA sequences deposited through time.

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