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October 2014 Onwards
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‘Atomic Chicken-Wire’ Is Key To Faster DNA Sequencing
An unusual and very exciting form of carbon - that can be created by drawing on paper- looks to hold the key to real-time, high throughput DNA sequencing, a technique that would revolutionise medical research and testing.
Fingerprints Taken From Golden Eagle Feathers
First tried and tested method to recover fingerprints from feathers and eggs of birds of prey is developed.
Improving the Extraction and Recovery of DNA from Cotton Swabs
This study evaluates methods to improve the extraction and recovery of DNA from cotton swabs for forensic analysis.
New Way to Analyze DNA Evidence Under Development
Forensic experts in crime labs around the world could soon have a new tool to help them better analyze DNA evidence thanks to the work of a Rutgers University–Camden computer scientist.
Identity of Richard III Confirmed
Analysis of all the available evidence confirms identity of King Richard III to the point of 99.999% (at its most conservative).
Stanford Engineers Discover How to Record the Forensic History of Chemical Contaminations in Water
An invention called a time capsule is a tiny chemistry lab designed to take a fingerprint of contamination and also disclose when it occurred.
Research to Assist Forensic Investigations
Grant will see OSU professor Dr Barry Lavine research the analysis of automobile paint samples to improve how forensic scientists track down vehicles in criminal investigations.
Making Sensor Technology Better at Bomb-Sniffing
University of Utah engineers have developed a new type of carbon nanotube material for handheld sensors that will be quicker and better at sniffing out explosives, deadly gases and illegal drugs.
Fruit Fly Could Help Sniff Out Drugs and Bombs
Research from the University of Sussex has found a fly’s sense of smell could be used in new technology to detect drugs and bombs.
Nanoparticles Give up Forensic Secrets
Researchers from Switzerland have thrown light on the precise mechanisms responsible for the impressive ability of nanoparticles to detect fingermarks left at crime scenes.
29 Sep 2014 - 02 Oct 2014
Phoenix, AZ, USA
International Symposium on Human Identification
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12 Oct 2014 - 18 Oct 2014
Seoul, Korea
IAFS 2014
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19 Oct 2014 - 24 Oct 2014
Grandi Rapids, MI, USA
SOFT Annual Meeting
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03 Nov 2014 - 05 Nov 2014
Göteborg, Sweden
3 days Hands-on qPCR
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19 Jan 2015 - 23 Jan 2015
The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
Complete Gas Chromatography & GC-MS
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23 Jan 2015 - 23 Jan 2015
TATAA Biocenter, Göteborg, Sweden
1 day qPCR for miRNA analysis
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SLAS2015
07 Feb 2015 - 11 Feb 2015
Washington, DC, USA
SLAS2015
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09 Feb 2015 - 10 Feb 2015
Milton Keynes, UK
Hands-on GCxGC Operator
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10 Feb 2015 - 12 Feb 2015
Oklahoma City, OK, USA
ASCR - 2015 Silver Anniversary Training Conference
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