The director of the Wisconsin Innocence Project says his group will use $1 million in new federal grant money to speed up the process of freeing people who have been wrongfully convicted.
Daily Archives: September 22, 2011
Anyone who has watched one of the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation television shows knows that PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) is a technology used to amplify the tiniest samples of DNA into forensic evidence that can identify perpetrators or victims of a crime.
Police in south China’s Guangdong province will take blood samples from every minor found to be begging on the street, and from those who have been forced to commit crimes, the Nanfang Daily reports.
LAVAL, QUEBEC — Warnex Inc. (TSX:WNX) announced today that its subsidiary, Warnex PRO-DNA Services, located in Thunder Bay, Ontario, has signed a Contribution Agreement with the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) to develop a pre-screening method for forensic mitochondrial DNA testing.