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The goal of the Genographic Project is to map the ancient genetic history of as many people as possible using a custom DNA test that leverages autosomal, Y-chromosome (paternal) and mitochondrial (maternal) DNA tests.
Unlike “actionable” genealogy tests from FamilyFinder, AncestryDNA and 23AndMe, the objective of Geno2.0 is on understanding your ancient genealogy – not on finding lost relatives or connecting with distant cousins.
Indeed, the Genographic Project is best-in-class at revealing your ethnic makeup and where your ancestors lived 300,000 years ago.
Geno 2.0 ($199) comes with a really slick online platform that’s steeped in story telling and history. You’ll learn a lot about human history from this test – both yours and humanity’s. It’s by far the best test for a history buff.