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Thermo Fisher Scientific, NFSU to Set Up CoE in India

Thermo Fisher Scientific has recently signed an MoU with the National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU).

Thermo FischerThe collaboration is to establish the NFSU-Thermo Fisher Scientific Centre of Excellence for DNA forensics. The center will be at NFSU’s premises in Gandhinagar, Gujarat.

“At Thermo Fisher, we deliver some of the most comprehensive validated products, expertise and application support to the forensic science community. Through the center, we aim to facilitate training and ensure access to industry-leading solutions that provide highly accurate results while fulfilling the demand for forensic experts in the country and around the world. Our partnership with NFSU reinstates our commitment to fulfilling our mission which is to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer”, said Amit Chopra, Managing Director, India and South Asia, Thermo Fisher Scientific.

“The Centre of Excellence is uniquely placed to help forensic scientists, partners and law enforcement bodies to collaborate and develop workflows that will help push the use of cutting-edge technology in the field of DNA forensics. The collaboration will take us a step closer to making the world a safer place to live,” said Peter Waterman, Global Commercial Leader, Human Identification Business for Thermo Fisher Scientific.

“We welcome the establishment of this advanced and first of its kind CoE in the country. The center will significantly improve access to integrated, high-quality human identification solutions and positively impact the capacity-building of forensic scientists and students in the country. We look forward to a highly impactful collaboration with Thermo Fisher in India,” said Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor J.M Vyas, NFSU.

The state-of-the-art facility will focus on conducting research, method/workflow development and provide scientific demonstrations and training in the field of DNA forensics.

Technology innovation, automation, databases, and good laboratory practices are essential to the pursuit of justice.

The objective of Thermo Fisher’s collaboration with NFSU is to bring together leading minds and instrumentation, supporting the development of workflows and integrated solutions designed to increase efficiencies, and bring awareness regarding the advancements in DNA forensics.

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