CRADAs enable the sharing of resources and expertise for collaborative research that advances the FBI mission.
“Body fluid identification can provide investigative context and have probative value. We are excited to collaborate with SeqLL to evaluate the potential of this capability in forensic casework,” said Eric Pokorak, Assistant Director, FBI Laboratory Division.
“We are delighted to be working with a motivated and knowledgeable partner, such as the FBI LD. We appreciate the opportunity this CRADA provides, to methodically develop forensic applications utilizing SeqLL’s technology,” said Daniel Jones, SeqLL CEO and Founder. “We look forward to demonstrating how single-molecule, PCR-free approaches are ideally suited for this space.”
About the FBI’s Laboratory Division
The FBI conducts research and development activities as a recognized federal laboratory. This CRADA will support the FBI LD, a division within the Scientific and Technology Branch, whose mission is to collect, analyze and share timely scientific and technical information. The FBI LD’s primary locations are the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA and FBI Redstone in Huntsville, AL.
Source – Globe Newswire