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A double murder investigation that has remained unsolved for almost a decade could be provided new impetus following a forensic breakthrough at the University of Leicester.
WASHINGTON - Scientists have found ways to tease even more clues out of fingerprints' telltale marks - one in a string of developments that gives modern forensics even better ways to solve mysteries like the anthrax attacks or JonBenet Ramsey's murder.
New tech reveals fingerprint's chemical makeup WASHINGTON, Aug. 7 (Xinhua) -- U.S. researchers have developed a new technique for analyzing fingerprints that reveals, in high detail, the chemical compounds that make up the print.
By Christopher Knox THE new chief executive of a company that develops fingerprint technology to help catch criminals has said it is poised to float on the stock market.
Scientists have developed new ways to retrieve even more information from fingerprints, resulting in better chances for forensic researchers to solve mysteries like the anthrax attacks or JonBenet Ramsey's murder.
AuthenTec (NASDAQ: AUTH), the world's leading provider of fingerprint sensors and solutions, today announced that Gary Larsen, CFO, will present at the 28th Annual Canaccord Adams Global Growth Conference at the InterContinental in Boston, Massachusetts. Mr.
MILLIONS of people flying from British airports will be fingerprinted from next year. The latest Government anti-terror plans are being introduced despite opposition from the Information Commissioner, Britain's privacy watchdog. Scanners will let domestic and international passengers mix.
By Thomas Frank WASHINGTON -- Key members of Congress are siding with the airline industry and moving to block the administration from forcing airlines to take fingerprints of foreign visitors before they fly home.
AuthenTec (NASDAQ: AUTH), a leader in providing fingerprint sensors and solutions to the world's foremost PC OEMs and ODMs, today added a new product to its sensor lineup for the PC market, the AES2550.
Forensic scientists at the University of Leicester, working with Northamptonshire Police, have announced a major breakthrough in crime detection which could lead to hundreds of cold cases being reopened.
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