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From: OrinWells <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Genographic Project in science courses
Date: Sun, 06 Aug 2006 19:47:57 -0700
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If the students are under 18 (which most are) they will have to send
notes home to mom to get permission to take the DNA. Or, they should.

185,000 kit? Wow. If you do the math, that is about $18 million
cash flow for someone. No wonder FTDna can afford to upgrade their
facilities and buy things. Isn't success great? One huge project
can do wonders.


At 06:55 PM 8/6/2006, wrote:
>It's interesting to see how the Genographic Project is being used in a high
>school science curriculum. Also of note -- 185,00 kits have been distributed.
>
>http://www.newstimeslive.com/news/story.php?id=1009519
>
>Ann Turner
>
>
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Orin R. Wells
Wells Family Research Association
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