Let me try to paint this picture.
We were sitting in our school conference room on a Skype call with a Norwegian company, First Scandinavian, who creates and runs Newton Rooms around the world. Across the table from our High School Principal and Student Design Lab teacher were two leading research scientists from The Center for Forensic Science Research and Education.
In the middle of the conference room table sat a PCR Machine (which if you asked me what this was a few years ago I would have no idea what it did). How does PCR work? To amplify a segment of DNA using PCR, the sample is first…
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