Monday, June 18, 2007

DNA Data Added to Ancestry Website

The Deseret News this morning just broke the exciting news that The Generations Network, Inc. (Ancestry) is parterning with Sorenson Genomics (Relative Genetics). This partnership will help people use DNA technology to conduct genealogical research. If you are already a customer of Relative Genetics your DNA will now become part of Ancestry's databases. Ancestry will also start marketing the ability for others to include their DNA into Ancesty's searchable databases. Officials of both companies say the partnership is a milestone and "revolutionary" venture for the DNA genealogy field.

Link to article: DNA Data Added to Ancestry Website

For more information, go to http://www.ancestry.com/ or http://www.sorensongenomics.com/.

See ya tomorrow, for tomorrow is always another genealogy day!

1 comment:

DamarisFish said...

Does that mean that anyone who has sent in their DNA sample and 4 generations to Sorensons Molecular Genealogy Foundation will have their stuff published & "sold" through Ancestry?