March 21 – March 24, 2016 at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina, San Diego, CA
Pre-register by January 16, 2016 to save $75 off of the general registration fee – click here to pre-register
The Annual DNA Technical Conferences are designed to provide DNA training on the latest techniques and technologies to the forensic scientific community as well as the opportunity for scientists to openly share experiences from their laboratories. Leaders from various law enforcement and federal agencies will provide lectures, demonstrations, and mini-workshops on new technologies, new concepts and challenges in the DNA identification field. This DNA forensic workshop includes a 2-day Technical Session comprised of technical presentations and mini-workshops.
NIJ 2016 Forensic Science R&D Symposium-OnSite
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 10:30:00 AM CST – 7:15:00 PM CST
Duration: 8 hour(s) 45 minute(s)
The NIJ Forensic Science Research and Development Symposium is a free, all day, open meeting being held in conjunction with the 68th Annual American Academy of Forensic Sciences Scientific Meeting at the Rio All-Suite Hotel, Las Vegas, NV.
STUART — Officials Monday worked on solving a homicide case that began in 1983 with the discovery of the body of an unidentified infant boy in a local waterway.
The probe led Martin County Sheriff’s Office investigators to Fernhill Memorial Garden on Kanner Highway, where three unidentified infants were buried separately in 1989, including the body of the infant sheriff’s investigators would refer to as “Baby Moses.”