Daily Archives: January 2, 2011

DNA profiling of armymen soon

Hindustan Times
The Indian Army will start DNA profiling of its soldiers this year for their identification in case of mutilation of bodies during an operation, attack or mishap. “We will begin DNA profiling of soldiers from this year as the profiling centre and data bank are almost ready,” Lieutenant General Naresh Kumar, Commandant of Army Hospital Research and Referral, said.

DNA on verge of describing crooks’ looks

The Vancouver Sun
Scientists appear to be on the cusp of being able to develop physical descriptions of criminal suspects based on an analysis of the DNA left behind at a crime scene.

DNA tests for all samples a week later

The Himalayan
KATHMANDU: The National Forensic Science Laboratory (NAFOL) will be conducting all kinds of deoxyribonucleic acid(DNA) after a week.

Forensic lab closes its doors

Soth Wales Argus
YESTERDAY marked not just the end of 2010, but the end of an era as a Chepstow forensic laboratory closed its doors for the final time.