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Trees get criminal treatment - University of Newcastle Publications

Date released 28 August 2002
[TV Clip]

"Rogue trees are being ‘fingered’ by gene detectives using a well-known technique to catch criminals. Newcastle University scientists are using DNA fingerprinting to help insurers identify trees that are causing houses to subside"....

  Dr. Kirsten Wolff's Research Interests

Broad research interests in molecular ecology:
1) molecular evolution in plants
2) population structure in general, and in Plantago species in particular
3) use of molecular tools for cultivar identification

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He has an excellent track record of successfully managing different groups in different environments, ranging from private companies to an IT department in the NHS. 


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