GenomeWeb Feature: Slow but Steady, Molecular Tools Make Their Way into Criminal Forensics

There is growing interest among forensics researchers in expanding the use of molecular technologies, such as arrays and next-generation sequencing, to advance the field. But there are challenges, as forensics, particularly in its application to criminal cases, has been slow to adopt new technologies.

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      Adam Bonislawski is the editor of GenomeWeb's ProteoMonitor. He covers proteomics and life science mass spectrometry. E-mail Adam Bonislawski and follow his GenomeWeb Twitter account at @ProteoMonitor.