DNA identification science determines the extent of match between biological evidence and a suspect. These courses teach scientists how TrueAllele® computing objectively examines DNA data to infer a genetic type.
Lawyers can expand their understanding of DNA identification. Laboratory match statistics may be biased, underreported or wrong. TrueAllele computing interprets DNA data without bias, producing accurate answers. These lectures explain forensic issues, methods and uses in court.
Criminal justice relies on rapid and accurate identification. Computers modernize forensics, providing more information, more quickly. These workshops show how TrueAllele computing unmixes DNA mixtures to connect crimes and criminals.