National Geographic Store Opens in London, Offers Self-DNA Sampling

National Geographic Store Opens in London, Offers Self-DNA Sampling
Christine Huang
  • 14 november 2008

Notcot points us to some highlights from the new (and first) National Geographic store on London’s Regent Street. The three-story shop features beautiful gallery spaces, science-themed bits and bobs to gawk at and to buy, the expected melange of relics from around the world (Burmese army trekking stick, anyone?) and a swanky cafe. But what really caught our eye was the The Genographic Project Public Participation Kit Notcot got their hands on:

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