Project funded by the Scottish Institute of Policing Research to deliver a series of knowledge exchange workshops, bringing together national and international experts to establish the current state of RNA profiling research, the barriers to widespread implementation of RNA profiling in Scottish forensic casework, and the work that needs to be done to overcome these barriers. The project will bring together academic researchers, practitioners, evidence evaluation specialists and accreditation bodies. This will promote knowledge exchange among the different agencies with regard to the potential of RNA profiling and its limitations, with the ultimate aim of identifying research and development priorities for the implementation of RNA profiling in Scotland.
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