Cardiff University - Panda genome collaboration

April 10, 2008

Researchers in the Cardiff School of Biosciences will work with international colleagues on a project to sequence the giant panda genome. The collaboration will help scientists to understand the animal's evolution and hopefully contribute to its conservation. The panda is often called a "living fossil" because its ancestors existed in China more than 8 million years ago.

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