Sorenson Genomics Forms Forensics Division | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sorenson Genomics said today that it has created an advanced forensics division.
 
The new division, called Sorenson Forensics, will provide casework services for federal, state, and local crime laboratories. It will also help court officers in individual criminal cases and offer genetic forensic services for private industry clients, Sorenson said.
 
The new division will be based in Sorenson’s existing Salt Lake City headquarters
 

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