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Tech.Luver writes "Telegraph reports,
" A new fingerprinting technique that can identify the race and sex, and possibly the diet of suspects has been developed.
Scientists have shown that using a gelatine-based gel and high-tech chemical analysis can provide significant clues to a person?s identity even if police do not hold existing fingerprint records. "" Link to Original Source