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Title: Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived, A
Authors: Rutherford, Adam
Genre: Non Fiction
Pages: 419
Year: 2016
Publisher: Orion Books
Language: English
Description: Who would have thought that humans have fewer genes than a banana or a grain of rice? In 2003 the Human Genome Project revealed this information, but their most unexpected discovery was just how little we do know about our genes. Sorting the facts from the hype, author Adam Rutherford gets us up to speed with what we do know: how we came to be, and who we are now.

This is a fascinating and lively account of our collective story spelt out through our genes.
Categories: Non fiction, Learning, Medical/Health, Science & Technology, 2019 Titles

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