In search of the Harappan DNA (Forbes, India)


Period22 Jun 2015

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  • TitleIn search of the Harappan DNA
    Media name/outletForbes: India
    Media typeWeb
    DescriptionAt the start of Shinde’s career in 1979, such possibilities were in the realm of science fiction. But 35 years later, his ambition and hope is propelled by the potential and increasing probability of success in this field The failure in Farmana was a lesson; much before the Rakhigarhi discovery, he had reached out to Dr Dong Hoon Shin, a forensic scientist and professor at Seoul National University College of Medicine, who has, in the past, worked on 300- to 500-year-old mummies in South Korea. Together, they devised a protocol that the team would follow should they unearth more skeletons
    in future.
    PersonsDong Hoon Shin