Cracking crimes with a new DNA technique
from The Jerusalem Post
Providing certainty without a reasonable doubt is not possible when the DNA comes from multiple sources at a crime scene. According to police officials in Israel, this happens in about 1-in-10 cases, meaning that important evidence for putting a criminal behind bars is lost. But a new technique developed at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem by a professor and his student takes the uncertainty out of DNA samples, when more than one person's DNA fingerprint is in the mix.
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