Posts Tagged: forensics

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Novel uses of the microbiome in forensic genetics: an interview with Celia Díez López

As a part of our microbiome research interview series, we spoke with Ms. Celia Díez López, a Ph.D. candidate from the Department of Genetic Identification, Erasmus Medical Centre Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Ms. Díez López is conducting research to identify novel uses of the human microbiome and other non-human components in forensic genetics. How did you… Read article →



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Recapping 2018’s top HID stories

At QIAGEN, we are always fine-tuning our strategies and improving solutions, scaling our applications to keep pace with emerging technologies, and partnering with you to advance forensic science and expand our service to the community. With winter in full swing and 2019 just kicking off, we wanted you to take a moment to grab a… Read article →



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National Forensic Science Week: A time to recognize the contribution of forensic science

National Forensic Science Week is dedicated to recognizing the contribution of forensic scientists who aid criminal investigations by applying scientific principles and analytical methods when examining crime scene evidence. The extraordinary work done by forensic science professionals has become an integral part of the justice system, from exonerating the innocent to convicting the guilty, based… Read article →