In 1975, scientists in Switzerland discovered a mummy. For decades, researchers worked tirelessly to find out who she was. Now, thanks to DNA testing, they have an answer.
The New York Genome Center has put together a 13-million-person family tree. The project has provided several new insights — and has cast some doubt on one theory on longevity.
For over four decades, she was known as "the Lady from Barfüsser Church." A mummy found in Basel has just been identified — and researchers found a famous relative: British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
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