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Othram Uses Forensic Genealogy to help Southeast Missouri State University Anthropologist Identify Remains found on a Charleston, Missouri farm in 1979

The identification was made through a collaboration between Othram and a team of anthropology students, lead by Anthropology Professor Dr. Jennifer Bengtson. Forensic depiction of Charleston, MO John Doe Image credit: Anthony Redgrave The Woodlands, Texas (April 2020) Othram, the … Continue reading

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Othram Establishes Academic Program to Train Forensic Genomic Scientists

The program will create new training opportunities for Molecular Genetic Technology students in forensic genomics. The Woodlands, TX (March 2020) – Othram, the leading forensic sequencing laboratory for law enforcement, has announced a program agreement with The University of Texas … Continue reading

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Southeast Missouri State University Anthropologist Partners with Othram for Identification of Human Remains

Human remains recovered in 1979 in Charleston, Missouri, receive renewed attention at Southeast Missouri State University as an invaluable learning tool for today’s advanced approaches to human identification and cold case resolution. Forensic depiction of Charleston, MO John Doe Image … Continue reading

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Infamous Buffalo Cave Torso Identified, One of the Oldest Cases Resolved Using Forensic Genealogy

Othram’s forensic laboratory produces whole genome from century old remains, enabling the ID of a previously unidentified dismembered body found in the Idaho Civil Defense Caves. The Woodlands, Texas (December 2019) – Known as the Civil Defense Caves in Dubois, … Continue reading

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Othram Launches Forensic Genealogy Service for Law Enforcement

New service pairs Othram’s proprietary Forensic-Grade Genome SequencingTM with genealogy to help solve previously unsolvable cases. (L-R) Anthony Lukas Redgrave and Lee Bingham Redgrave The Woodlands, Texas (October 2019) – Othram announced the formation of an in-house forensic genealogy research … Continue reading

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