(Barry Teater, Self-employed PR consultant 3 August 2015) Fingerprint Molecular Identification, a new category in forensic science, will enable law enforcement agents, district attorneys and government agencies to build a molecular profile of criminal suspects by analyzing residues on fingerprints with patented technology.
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Science AAAS Kelly Servick 3o July 2015
Last week, at the first International Symposium on Forensic Science Error Management in Arlington, Virginia, nearly 500 forensic scientists, crime lab managers, and other practitioners confronted the factors that have led to unreliable results in the field. 107 more words
Australian Women’s Weekly Susan Horsburgh 27 July 2015
Tasmanian grandmother Sue Neill-Fraser has spent six years in prison for a crime some legal experts believe she didn’t commit. 57 more words
ABC News 20 July 2015
New images of clothing found in a suitcase that was dumped with the remains of a young child on the side of a South Australian highway have been released in an attempt to help identify the suspected murder victim. 40 more words
Huffington Post Steven Blumenfeld 9 June 2015
Recent events have highlighted advancements made in recovering DNA from crime scenes to aid in criminal investigations. But while science and technology can drive DNA forensics forward, policy must pave the path ahead.