Professor of Public Engagement, Reader in Genetics and Archaeology
According to Wikipedia,
Turi Emma King is a Canadian-British professor of public Engagement and genetics at the University of Leicester. She is best known for her work in "cracking one of the biggest forensic DNA cases in history" during the exhumation and reburial of Richard III of England. She is also known for featuring with Stacey Dooley on DNA Family Secrets on BBC Two which has been recommissioned for a second series and presenting the BBC Radio 4 documentary, Genetics and the longer arm of the law.
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