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Human migration across the planet is a fascinating study. Did you know that through analysis of DNA, your early origins determined and the path your ancestors took across the globe can be traced. Today our sheer numbers are causing unprecedented climate change, though climate change ironically, may have been the impetus to many of the human migrations over the eons. Africa, Asia, India among other regions carry clues to human meanderings that tie us all in a uniquely tangled web of relation.
Monthly Archives: January 2011
The man charged with killing Burlington social worker Kathleen Smith was back in court Tuesday with an unusual request for a judge. His lawyers wanted access to the Vermont Forensic Lab to make sure DNA tests are being done properly.
Parents of slain teenager Aarushi Talwar on Tuesday filed a protest petition in a court here against the CBI’s closure report in the case, alleging that there were “deliberate lapses” in the investigation besides noticeable non-mentioning of material pieces of evidence.
Yahoo News Philippines
Wednesday’s hearing of the Ampatuan massacre trial at the Quezon City Regional Trial Court almost turned into a science lecture, as defense lawyers scrambled to disprove a DNA forensic analyst’s testimony that an unidentified body belonged to UNTV reporter Victor Nuñez, one of the massacre victims.
Fox News Missouri
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI – FOX2now.com) — DNA evidence helped nab the 3rd suspect in the multi-million dollar ATM solutions heist.
The Hook Virginia
Dry grass snaps underfoot as Gil and Dan Harrington make their way across the winter-yellowed fields of Anchorage Farm, where one year ago a farmer checking fences discovered the badly decomposed remains of their daughter, Morgan Harrington. The discovery brought a tragic end to a three-month search for the 20-year-old blond beauty, who disappeared after leaving a Metallica concert at the John Paul Jones Arena.
Global BC Canada
VICTORIA — The RCMP’s internal review of the Robert Pickton serial killer case concluded that the officers involved in the investigation would change little if they had to do things over again.
Fox Chicago News
Chicago – It took 27 years, but the murder of CTA bus driver Hosey Reynolds during a robbery in his South Side apartment may be solved. DNA evidence collected from a glove left at the scene of the fatal stabbing has led to murder charges against a 45-year-old felon.
The brutal murder of 22-year-old Katie Sepich in New Mexico on August 31, 2003 has enforced the legislation known as Katie’s Law.
Katie’s parents started Katie’s Law to enforce police to take DNA samples of suspected violent offenders in unsolved cases.
Applied DNA Sciences Working With Richard “Bo” Dietl to Promote Forensic Tools for Law Enforcement and Private Security Firms
Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (OTCBB: APDN | PowerRating), a provider of DNA-based anti-counterfeiting technology and product authentication solutions, announced today that has signed an agreement with B&E Advising LLC to assist in the promotion of APDN products and services to law enforcement and private security firms.
Denton Record-Chronicle Texas
Harrell Gill-King and Mark Ingraham don’t solve crimes but they help people who do by providing them with more information.
They study skeletal and partially decomposed remains in the University of North Texas’ Laboratory of Forensic Anthropology to assist investigators in detecting crime by determining the circumstances and cause surrounding a person’s death.
FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. — Attorneys for a former Fort Bragg soldier who is on death row in the killings of a mother and her two children say problems at North Carolina’s crime lab should give him a new trial