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Fingerprinting helps to tell different cancers apart

Most cancers have a specific signature that arises from significant changes to the a marker called the epigenome. This is a type of "genetic fingerprint." Interpreting this could result in cancers being identified and treated faster.

Philadelphia GameStop fingerprinting people who trade in games

Philadelphia - GameStop stores in Philadelphia will be required to fingerprint people who trade in used games as a way to assist local law enforcement.

Orwellian Airport Security and Brain-fingerprinting Technology

Airport security may soon shift from analyzing the physical content on our person or in our bags to analyzing the immaterial content of our intentions and emotions. Eventually only very happy passengers will be allowed to fly.

The Latest Crime-Fighting Weapon? Brain Fingerprinting

A new scientific technique can unlock the truth inside a criminal's mind, working more effectively than a lie detector test. Brain fingerprinting is finding favour in criminal justice, but it also has potential to help marketing and health-care markets.

Mandatory Fingerprinting Law For Texas Schools May Be Working

A new bill made it mandatory for prospective teachers in Texas to be fingerprinted and undergo a national background check in an effort to enhance children's safety. The bill also mandates current employees to be checked.

Fingerprinting of Michigan School Workers Begins

One thing leads to another when it comes to making sure sex offenders are kept away from students. A simple idea becomes more complex, and costs more money than was initially thought.

Iran Responds to U.S. Fingerprinting law

Iran has enacted a law requiring American citizens visiting the country to be fingerprinted upon arrival, an official said Saturday

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