The international press picked up our study that uncovered a high-ranking Viking warrior to be a woman. This is a long list of reports published all over the world.
New York Times; Science; The Guardian; Newsweek; CNN; Washington Post; National Geographic; The Independent; Forbes; Science alert; New York Post; True Viral News; Newshub; MSN New Zealand; Ancient Origins; Truth or Not; U.S. News; ScienceNewsline; F3News; The Mail On Sunday; Signs of the Times; Science Blog; Past Horizons; Raw Story; International Business Times; Laboratory Equipment; Follownews; Archaeology Magazine; Mail Online UK; App.ViralNewsChart.com; Russia Today; PhysOrg.com; The Local Sweden
The Swedish TV broadcasted a documentary about our work on the settlement of ancient Sweden (in Swedish).
SVT (April 2017)
And here you can find the accompanying article (in Swedish):
SVT Nyheter (15.05.2017)
Science’s contributing correspondent Ann Gibbons wrote an essay about human migrations and interviewed Mattias
Science’s contributing correspondent Ann Gibbons wrote about our new findings on the sex-biased migration wave into Neolithic Europe.
Also the Neue Zuericher Zeitung commented on our study (in German)
The Swedish Radio broadcasted a short comment (in Swedish)
Sverige Radio SR (22.02.2017)
Our local newspaper the Uppsala Nya Tidningen also reported on our PNAS paper (in Swedish)
UNT (Så spreds jordbruket till Europa) (21.02.2017)
Here you find the Uppsala University Press release
Mattias is talking about our work in Swedish Radio (in Swedish)
Sverige Radio SR (05.08.2016)
Sverige Radio SR (20.10.2015)
Sverige Radio SR (10.09.2015)
Sverige Radio SR (03.07.2014)
Uppsala Nya Tidning reports (in Swedish) about our latest findings regarding farmers in Anatolia.
An article in Swedish describing our recent work on ancient humans
Forksning & Framsteg (15.03.2016)
The British press reports about our paper on the Basques
The Telegraph (07.09.2015)
Uppsala Univerity podcast with Mattias Jakobsson. In Swedish (10/2015).
Uppsala University, the Swedish SciLifeLab and various Swedish foundations publish profiles of Mattias
G. Gustafsson Foundation (in Swedish) (06.09.2016)
Wallenberg Foundation (in Swedish)
Mattias Jakobsson is explaining how genes can help us to better understand human history.