Partner Robert Brown, President of The British Academy of Forensic Sciences (BAFs), will tonight be attending the Lund Lecture regarding the science and ethics of DNA, at King’s College London. The Lund Lecture is held in honour of one of the organisation’s past Presidents, Sir Thomas Lund CBE.
The keynote speech will be given by Dr Denise Syndercombe-Court, a Reader in Forensic Genetics at King’s College London and a highly respected scientist, academic, statistician and published author, who will discuss the scientific and ethical aspects of DNA analysis, including her current research in this field. Past keynote speeches have been given by senior members of the professions, including Lord Hailsham, Mr. Patrick Steptoe, Professor Alan Usher, The late Lord Chief Justice, Lord Taylor, Mr. Stephen Jessel, Lord Mackay, Mr Andrew Rennison, Professor Emeritus John Grieve CBE, the most recent being Professor Bob Peckitt.
Read more information about this event here.
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