Talk by Professor Robert Green
The Use of DNA in Crime Detection
Professor Robert Green is currently Reader in Forensic Science within the School of Physical Sciences at the University of Kent.
Bob previously worked in Research and Service Development at the Forensic Science Service, latterly leading the Science and Technology Unit within the Police Standards Unit.
He is well known for developing and leading the national program of cold case rape investigation – Operation Advance, as well as being an international speaker on the development of DNA and other biometric databases.
Professor Green was made an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list of 2008 for his services to forensic science.
In this talk, Bob will tell us the history and current developments in the use of DNA in solving crimes.
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