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Comparing different post mortem human samples as DNA sources for downstream genotyping and identification - Forensic article feed - RSS
DNA typing of samples such as bone and teeth that are obtained from putrefied remains is used for human identification after a disaster, during criminal investigations and in resolving parentage disputes involving deceased persons [1–7]. In the Philippines that is characterized by a tropical and humid climate and the presence of about 20 typhoons per year, proper management and processing of human remains for identification is important. For example, Typhoon Haiyan that greatly affected Eastern Visayas in 2014 resulted in at least 6,300 casualties [8].
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Healthfirst notifies data privacy incident - Forensic Media News - RSS
Healthfirst, 100 Church Street, New York, New York 10007, is notifying approximately 5300 affected members and past members that their personal information may have been compromised in the course of a criminal fraud scheme perpetrated against Healthfirst. Social Security numbers and credit card information were not affected.

Twenty Radboud researchers receive Veni grant as part of Innovational Research Incentives Scheme - Forensic Media News - RSS
Twenty young and promising researchers from Nijmegen - eleven from Radboud University and nine from Radboudumc - are each to receive up to 250,000. NWO (The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research) is awarding the Veni grant as part of the Innovational Research Incentives Scheme.

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