Kenya Wildlife DNA Forensics Lab One Step Closer to Opening

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Published on: November 20, 2013
Kenya Wildlife DNA Forensics Lab One Step Closer to Opening (via Annamiticus)

A multi-national delegation, headed by Dr. William Clark of INTERPOL, has conducted a two-day training workshop and site inspection at the DNA Forensics Laboratory at Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) headquarters in Nairobi. This was done in order to assist…


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