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HYBRID-Headline DNA: Helping to Solve True Crime by Laura Street Chaplin, September, 14, 2023 7:00 PM (Central)

This meeting is co-sponsored by FVGS and the Naperville Public Library.

With DNA making headlines as a key forensic tool, many want to know more about the science of crime-solving DNA analysis. What kind of DNA is this? How is it obtained? How is DNA used? What are the developing issues involving privacy, insurance, or personal control? Come explore this hot topic and hear some examples from recent true crime headlines.

Laura Chaplin began researching her family history when she was inspired by a professor at college. Since then, she has spent years researching, attending countless workshops, and traveling across the country on research trips. She is now the owner of Willowtree Research: Family History and Genealogy Services. Laura has a Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University and is a member of the Genealogical Speakers Guild. She was elected to the Board of Directors of the Illinois State Genealogical Society. At the Town & Country Public Library in Elburn, she was the History & Genealogy Manager and help them to open their Lawrence J. Martin Heritage Center.

This is a HYBRID Meeting:
Join us in person at the 95th Street Library – Room A
(3015 Cedar Glade Dr, Naperville, IL 60564)

Register HERE to attend ONLINE

FVGS programs are free for members and guests to attend.
Meetings are recorded, and access to the recordings is a member benefit

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