Marvin Anderson was exonerated through the efforts of the Innocence Project using DNA profiling data.
On February 28, 2003, Marvin Anderson spoke at a function celebrating the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the structure of DNA.
In 2001, Dr. Paul Ferrara, Director of the Virginia Division of Forensic Science, located some swabs from the rape kit, which were left in the lab notebook of the original forensic scientist assigned to Marvin Anderson's case. Using this sample, the Inno
Human Genome Project logo.
TeaBOL is a DNA barcoding project where New York City students explored the genetic biodiversity of different tea brands.
Eric Lander talks about analysis in public and private Human Genome Projects.
Stephen Fodor talks about bringing the knowledge gathered by the Human Genome Project to the individual researcher.
Students participants in the 2014 Urban Barcode Project describe their projects and reflect on the experience, including the challenges and rewards of doing independent student research.
Alec Jeffreys talks about establishing innoncence using DNA.
Ari Patrinos, director of the US Department of Energy's sequencing effort, talks about the public genome project's aims that extended beyond those of the private project.