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The proof is in the shoeprint

By Gina Degtyareva, communications intern at the Royal Society of Biology Has anyone ever told you that you have a distinct walk? Or that they can recognise you by your stride? Well that can actually be quantified and measured in your shoeprint. It is common knowledge that fingerprints are unique to an individual and are … Continue reading »

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Code of a Killer: deciphering the science

By Professor David Hornby FRSB, Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, University of Sheffield and Director of Research and Innovation, Liverpool Life Sciences UTC Listen to Sir Alec Jeffreys being interviewed by Professor Alison Woollard FRSB at the RSB’s fundraising event in May 2016. Last night I watched the concluding part of the ITV drama … Continue reading »

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