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Forensic Genetics: application to crime scene investigation and the identification of human remains.

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I intend to give a brief overview of the development of forensic genetics over the last 20 years and discuss some of the controversial aspects such as the national DNA database and the use of very sensitive low copy number (LCN) PCR . I’ll then discuss the identification of human remains following mass disasters and conflict.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Biological Society series.

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