Exploring unknown territories on the history map
Explico works continously to expand our knowledge of Human History using New Technologies such as mapping of migrations through DNA as historical tools.
Present day human DNA from far north in Scandinavia connects with peoples living in the mountains of Africa – ancient cousins, but how did they connect? We find traces like this in far corners of the world, from Easter Island to the Caucasus, from South East Asia to North America.
It’s now possible to trace spesific human migrations throughout time and finally answer intriguing questions about who we are and were we come from.
When Norwegian explorer Helge Ingstad entered the Canadian wilderness in 1926, he ventured into areas not yet explored on maps. We are doing the same thing with New Technologies in the World today. Feel free to have a look around and read about our expeditions.