Training session at Security Institute for Human Development in the Ministry of Interior

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Training session at Security Institute for Human Development in the Ministry of Interior

- Genetic fingerprinting techniques.

 

- Definition of criminal crime and its stages.

 

- Methods of DNA separation through modern devices.

 

- Biological evidence in crime survey.

 

- The use of DNA in the identity of the deceased.

 

- Use of DNA in lineage issues.

 

- Definition of the interest of forensic medicine and its sections.

 

One of the most important topics studied theoretically and practically for 150 students from the Faculty of Biotechnology and 4 students from the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of MSA in the training session held at the Security Institute for Human Development in the Ministry of Interior from 23rd to 26th of November 2019 under the title "the use of genetic fingerprint in criminal research & The lineage cases" under the supervision of elite officers of forensic evidence and forensic professors.

 

The students received a certificate from the Ministry of Interior and the Security Institute for Human Development with a tribute to the outstanding level of students.

 

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