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Philong Huynh, 40, faces a maximum sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole, if convicted. Williams was working as an intern for Hurley International in San Diego at a sports retail convention in January 2008 when he disappeared.
Alasdair Wilkins A thousand different ways have been proposed for how humans and computers will someday become one: chips installed in our heads, people's minds uploaded to the internet, you name it...That's the argument made by Professor Jian-Jian
Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) will be packed with previously unseen gaming content as well as giving users access to the full back catalogue of games such as Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Family Fortunes. Both of the DNA Dynamics
Text Size Applied DNA Sciences, Inc., a developer of DNA embedded biotechnology security solutions in the US and Europe, has recently announced that it has signed an agreement with RedWeb Technologies, which gives the company exclusive rights to
Deoxyribonucleic acid extracted from cells has been variously described as looking like strands of mucus; limp, thin, white noodles; or a network of delicate, limp fibers. Under a microscope, the familiar double-helix molecule of DNA can be seen.
Police in Fukushima, Iwate and Miyagi prefectures began collecting on Friday DNA samples from relatives of people who remain unaccounted for following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in a bid to compile a database to speed up their
I found this out after watching Prince William's wedding at home with one of my republican friends, who questioned the paternity of a member of the House of Windsor. Many others have also expressed doubts all over the internet. As I later said to my
West Palm Beach The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office is going underground to solve cold cases. Detectives and the Medical Examiner's Office have started digging up unidentified bodies that were buried before th widespread use of DNA . Sample of DNA
Officials said they collected multiple DNA samples from Bin Laden's relatives in the years since the Sept. 11 attacks. And they said the analysis, which was performed the day Bin Laden was killed but after his body was buried at sea, confirmed his
Currently DNA samples can only be taken from serious criminals such as murderers and rapists. Advertisement: Story continues below Mr Clark said the new laws would open the door for police to test people convicted of assault, threats to kill,