How DNA Technology Can Reveal Identity, Ancestry, and Appearance in Forensic Science

Native American Studies Center

Since its double helix structure was discovered by Watson and Crick in 1953, the potential for the use of DNA has been discussed by scientists, criminologists, genealogists, and many others. Join Professor Deborah Rowell, USC Lancaster Instructor of Criminal Justice, as she traces the evolution of the use of DNA in forensic science and examines the future of this powerful tool for identification in criminal justice, anthropology, and beyond.

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