Digital Journal Peru
Cusco – Indigenous leaders and local officials have stopped a plan by the National Geographic Society that would have allowed its geneticists to collect DNA samples from the Q’eros, a remote Peruvian tribe believed to have descended from the first Inca.
Daily Archives: May 24, 2011
St Louis Today
Before television networks filled their schedules with dramas that take viewers into high-tech labs, where all sorts of crimes are neatly solved in an hour, Bryan Hampton kind of stumbled into his career as a forensic scientist.
DURANGO, Mexico — The vacant car repair lot hardly looks out of place in a vibrant but gritty part of the northern colonial city of Durango, famous as the set for John Wayne westerns.
New York Times
Evidence from the work clothes of a hotel housekeeper matched DNA samples taken from Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former managing director of the International Monetary Fund who has been charged with sexually assaulting her, a person briefed on the matter said Monday.