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June 9, 2021 — The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published DNA Mixture Interpretation: A Scientific Foundation Review. This draft report, which will be open for

May 18, 2021 — STACS DNA, the world leader in sexual assault kit tracking and software provider to the largest forensic DNA labs in North America, announced today it is receiving investment

...ysis Bureau will begin using STRmix™, sophisticated forensic software capable of resolving mixed DNA profiles previously thought to be too complex to interpret.   Introduced in 2012, STRm...

4. Tool Kit
(Issues/May-June 2021)
... points of interest—such as serial number, latent lifts lifted here, blowback traces found here, DNA traces taken here, etc. The pegboard-style bottom provides easy anchor points for nylon zip t...

May 13, 2021 — Bode Technology, a provider of forensic DNA services, and Gene By Gene, owners of the FamilyTreeDNA database, announced approval of a combined solution to provide Forensic Genealo

6. Reheating Cold Cases
(Back Issues/March-April 2021)
...er since Joseph James DeAngelo Jr. was charged with eight counts of murder on April 24, 2018, based on DNA evidence and genetic genealogy, there has been a resurgence of cold case re-openings. Since t...

...Judicial Subcommittee on Crime and Drugs on behalf of the bill that was signed into law in 2005 as the DNA Justice Act. She is the recipient of numerous international awards, including the ANCC Magnet...

8. Dealing with Contaminated Digital Devices
(Back Issues/March-April 2021)
...the additional benefit of protecting lab personnel that may be handling items contaminated with blood, DNA, decomposing human remains, and other biological material that could be potentially biohazard...

9. Tool Kit
(Back Issues/March-April 2021)
... and spotlighting, and output of a court-ready product. More Information Here   Forensic DNA Collection The EasyGather was invented for on-location collection of forensic data such ...

March 17, 2021 — Researchers have come up with a better way to test which fabrics work best for masks that are meant to slow the spread of COVID-19. By testing those fabrics under conditions tha

...rmation bias. He then introduces non-targeted approaches, illustrated with automated interpretation of DNA mixture evidence. In the second half of the talk, Dr. Perlin presents a DNA case example: C...

12. VIP Forensics Launches New Website
(Vendor News/March 2021)
...wn, and allows for simple transport. According to the new website, EasyGather has six uses: • DNA • Touch DNA • Illegal Drug Residue • DNA / Facial Recognition Photo (2xI...

...ishes its algorithms and extensively tests its TrueAllele system. Courts accept TrueAllele as reliable DNA evidence. You can read the full story about this case here. ...

February 17, 2021 — One frequently asked question is how long touch DNA samples are stable under various environmental conditions. That question, and others, will be addressed in an upcoming web

...logy, a provider of forensic laboratory testing services, recently announced Kristin Sasinouski as the DNA Technical Leader. Bode has been a leader in clearing DNA backlogs and implementing new techno...

...eer-reviewed Journal of Forensic Sciences (JFS) article, "Validating TrueAllele Interpretation of DNA Mixtures Containing up to Ten Unknown Contributors," has been chosen by the JFS Associat...

17. Solving Shootings. Building Trust.
(Back Issues/January-February 2021)
... recovered firearms and ballistic-related evidence are appropriately subjected to eTrace, NCIC, NIBIN, DNA swabbing, latent fingerprint, and trace evidence examinations. • In 2019, INTERPOL ado...

... years after she was found drowned in Pecos, Texas motel swimming pool. The case came together through DNA technology, genetic genealogy, community support, and teamwork. On July 5, 1966, a young coup...

...able for other methods and laboratories, Othram has fully integrated an in-house process that includes DNA extraction, enrichment, and repair, to sequencing and analysis. “KinSNP™ is the...

...ING TASKS for today’s forensic scientists is the interpretation of low-level, degraded, or mixed DNA profiles from evidentiary material. This article appeared in the November-December 2020 is...

21. Can You Own a Person?
(Back Issues/November-December 2020)
...cker report greater difficulty leaving the relationship and the child may be threatened with harm or kidnapping if the woman chooses to leave. There are three essential elements needed to institut...

...e table on the NIJ site currently lists six labs, along with their specific areas of interest (such as DNA, digital evidence, and fentanyl). Additionally, the Laboratories and Educators Alliance Pro...

...ersion of DBLR™, an investigative application for rapidly calculating likelihood ratios (LRs) in DNA evidence, was launched this month. Developed by the same team that created STRmix™ &mda...

October 30, 2020 — The crime lab can move the DNA all the way down the field, developing superb data. But sometimes it can’t convert that data into useful information. When more science ne

25. An Introduction to Household Dust
(Back Issues/September-October 2020)
..., vegetable, and synthetic materials within any given household dust specimen, in combination with the DNA of its living inhabitants and visiting individuals, offers to the forensic scientist a formid...

26. OSAC Structure, Organization Updated
(Laboratory News/Lab 10 2020)
...ished standards have been approved and posted to the OSAC Registry. Recently approved standards cover DNA mixture interpretation, digital evidence examination and wildlife forensics. Hundreds more ...

...t have been submitted for testing. Funds will also cover training, equipment, and overtime costs for DNA analysts. And a grant from OJP's Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehendin...

...to explain what has happened. Evidence at crime scenes may include: Biological samples such as DNA from blood, semen, saliva, hair, fingerprints, body-part prints, urine, or teeth. Fiber...

29. Forensic Light Sources: Four Decades of Detection
(Back Issues/July-August 2020)
...hnology Magazine. You can view that issue here. In 1932, Charles Lindberg’s infant son was kidnapped in arguably the most notorious kidnapping case in history, and the same two techniques we...

30. DNA, Latent Prints, and Contamination
(Back Issues/July-August 2020)
...ICLE is to clarify practical evidence collection guidelines for the recovery of latent fingerprint and DNA evidence in the field. It is the goal of all of law enforcement to efficiently and effectivel...

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