October 23, 2014 | The Israeli genealogy search engine MyHeritage will team with the personal DNA service 23andMe to make it possible for users to take personal DNA tests to discover more about their family history. According to reports, the first stages of integration between the companies is set to be completed in early 2015. “Combining genealogy with DNA-based ancestry is the next evolution in uncovering family history,” said MyHeritage founder and CEO Gilad Japhet. MyHeritage is the online platform that allows users to discover their family history and create family trees by conducting ancestry research in the site’s 5.5 billion historical documents. 23andMe was founded by Anne Wojcicki, Linda Avey, and Paul Cusenza and provides ancestry-related DNA reports.