Business Day South Africa
HAVING a DNA database of arrested persons would help law enforcement authorities to identify suspects sought for other crimes in addition to simply providing evidence to the courts, says a DNA policy expert.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Los Angeles police detectives have linked six more slayings to the suspect in the Grim Sleeper serial killings after reviewing hundreds of unsolved homicide cases and missing person reports, as well as a cache of photos of unidentified women found at the man’s home.
SAN JOSE, Calif. – Concerned that the federal government might not keep funding the world’s largest free database of genetic data, Google Inc. has forged a deal with a Mountain View, Calif., startup to keep the information online – and free for researchers.
DNA Diagnostics Centre UK Launches Groundbreaking Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test – The Only Company Offering Test in UK
DNA Diagnostics Centre (DDC), the UK’s leading company for DNA paternity and relationship testing, announced today that DDC is the only company offering the first non-invasive prenatal paternity test in the UK
ARE YOU TYPICALLY Irish? A new project has been unveiled by the Genealogical Society of Ireland and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, who are working together to find out more about the Irish population.
As Libyans celebrate the fall of Muammar Gaddafi following his death last week, the country’s transitional government has already set up a commission that it says will ensure the transparent and orderly exhumation and identification of bodies from mass graves.
Pressure BioSciences (PBI) (NASDAQ:PBIO) is a company operating in the life sciences market, whose pressure cycling technology (PCT) used to extract cell components has a myriad of potential target industries, and according to CEO Richard T. Schumacher, is among the most under-appreciated businesses listed on the Nasdaq today, with enormous growth potential.