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New technology could identify two bodies found more than a decade ago

Columbus Dispatch

Posted by Kimball Perry on Jul 10, 2017

Battelle, the world’s biggest nonprofit research and development agency, announced the findings of a two-year project for the National Institute of Justice.

That study sought to determine whether a newer technology called Massively Parallel Sequencing, or MPS, could produce the same findings in the lab of testing done now on DNA.

It does.

Read the full story here.

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