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Forensic DNA Testing: Why are there still bumps in the road?

Video   May 05, 2017

 

As part of the DNA lecture series at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Robin W. Cotton reports on the current state of forensic DNA testing and explains why there are still bumps in the road.

Robin W. Cotton is an associate professor and the director of the Biomedical Forensic Sciences Program at the Boston University School of Medicine.

 
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