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Bratislava hosts international symposium of forensic experts

The tenth international symposium on forensic sciences takes place in Bratislava this week, from Wednesday, September 28, to Friday, September 30.

The tenth international symposium on forensic sciences takes place in Bratislava this week, from Wednesday, September 28, to Friday, September 30.

The Criminology and Expertise Institute of the Slovak Police Corps has organised the event in cooperation with the Slovak Criminology Association, the SITA newswire wrote. The symposium takes place every two years, with experts speaking on new developments in the field of forensic science, forensic medicine, and criminology. The main topic of this year's symposium will be dactyloscopy and DNA profiles.

Source: SITA

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