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Learning from the Best, A reflection by Marwan El Khoury on his time at Penn State working with Dr. Mitch Holland
During April-June of 2017, the Holland Lab at Penn State was fortunate to have a visiting scientist in their laboratory from Leicester, Marwan El Khoury, as part of the INTREPID Forensics program.
Located in Resources / / News / 2017 News
Swetha Rajagopal won 2nd place during the Undergraduate Exhibition
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Local women in STEM-related professions features Elena Zavala
WPSU Penn State’s “Women in Science Profiles” aims to inspire young women to enter STEM-related fields while dispelling misconceptions about STEM professionals and their lives.
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Dalí’s being dug up for a paternity test. But is his DNA intact?
A woman who has claimed to be Dalí’s daughter for over a decade has not given up. To support her contention, Pilar Abel has had two previous paternity tests performed — one with inconclusive results, another that allegedly never sent her results. Now a Spanish court has granted her request to have Dalí’s body exhumed from a crypt in Catalonia so a third test can be conducted.
Located in Resources / / News / 2017 News
A great article on the Forensic Sciences and the advancements that have made solving crimes easier than in the past, featuring Jennifer Smith. Jennifer Smith is a 23 year veteran of the FBI, was a former professor at Penn State in the Forensic Science Program and is now the Director of the Department of Forensic Sciences in Washington D.C.
Located in Resources / / News / 2017 News