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The National Institute of Justice DNA Grantee's Workshop provides a forum for discussion of the current and future needs of
public crime laboratories and how new technological innovations can meet those needs. It also provides a valuable opportunity
for researchers to provide updates on their projects, for practitioners to discuss issues that impact casework, and for interactions
and collaborations among researchers and practitioners.
In 2007, NIJ wrapped the DNA Grantees Workshop into the NIJ Conference.
In 2007, NIJ combined this meeting with the NIJ Conference. View the 2007 NIJ Conference Program (pdf, 22 pages).