Tag Archive for: multiple-source DNA

Five Years On, Will MIX13 DNA Study Be ‘Bombshell’ Paper? – Forensic Magazine

The National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) MIX13…

New DNA Database at Rutgers-Camden to Strengthen Forensic Science – phys.org

Rutgers University at Camden has developed a new database known…

National Institute of Standards and Technology to Study the Reliability of Forensic Methods for Analyzing DNA Mixtures

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will…

Traces of Crime: How New York’s DNA Techniques Became Tainted

Over the past decade, New York City's laboratory developed two…

Using Machine Learning for Forensic Crime-Solving Tactics

A new study, conducted by two Forensics and National Security…

Review: Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Analysis: Current Practice and Future Potential, Part 2

Category: Biology Keywords: DNA, mitochondrial, mtDNA,…

Broward Crime Suspends DNA Testing

A Broward County crime laboratory is fighting to keep its accreditation…

Washington, D.C. Lab Reopened on Limited Basis After Shutdown

The Washington, D.C. Crime Lab has reopened after being shut…

New DNA Protocols in Texas Call in to Question Analysis in Previous Cases

A Texas crime laboratory has instituted new testing protocols,…