Celebrating DNA Day 2023
Keen to learn more about DNA? We're here to help!
DNA Day takes place on 25 April 2023 and commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Human Genome Project's completion and the 70th anniversary of the discovery of the DNA double helix. It's the perfect time to take your DNA family history research to the next level!
In recent years DNA has revolutionised family history and the technology continues to develop, giving us new and exciting ways to discover our roots and get closer to our ancestors.
The Family Tree team have been providing impartial, expert family history advice for decades. Discover how DNA can enrich your family history with our expert courses, guides and how-to advice.
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Take your DNA research to the next level with the following…
DNA Bootcamp 2023
Join us for the DNA Bootcamp, starting September 2023. This 8-week online course with DNA Detective Michelle Leonard will teach you key tips, tricks and search strategies to make sense of your DNA test results and see success in solving your genetic genealogy puzzles.
4 x live webinars presented online by Michelle Leonard, including Q&A sessions
4 x live group follow-up online meetings with Michelle Leonard
Fully revised digital edition of the DNA Bootcamp Workbook
Membership of an exclusive Facebook group, dedicated to DNA Bootcamp student queries
Recordings of all sessions available for three months after the final learning session is broadcast live
Discover Family Tree magazine
Family Tree magazine was first published in 1984. The world, genealogy, and what we do, is a little different now, but one thing hasn't changed: we're still passionate and excited about helping you discover and explore your family history.Get the latest issue
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