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Bioforensics is a sub-branch of forensic science that deals with the analysis of biological evidence, such as blood, hair, saliva, semen, DNA, microbes, plants and animals. Bio forensics can be used to identify individuals or species, determine paternity or kinship, trace the origin or spread of diseases or substances, and reconstruct events or scenarios. Bio forensics can also involve the use of biotechnology and bioinformatics to develop new methods and tools for forensic investigations.

Bio forensics has a wide scope and demand in India, as it can help solve various crimes and cases that are pending in the courts. The career options for bio forensics graduates include working as forensic experts, consultants, analysts, technicians, researchers or educators in various sectors such as government agencies, private laboratories, academic institutions or NGOs. The salary structure for bio forensics professionals depends on their qualifications, experience and skills.

As a consultative distributor of products and services for R&D in India, we have the expertise and network to help you enter or expand your presence in the bio forensics field in India. We can help you understand the market potential, customer preferences, regulatory requirements, competitive landscape, and distribution channels in India. We can also offer you customized solutions and value-added services that suit your needs and goals. We have established partnerships with some of the key players in the bio forensics field in India such as:

The Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL), which is a part of the Directorate of Forensic Science Services under the Ministry of Home Affairs. It has six regional laboratories across India that provide scientific support to law enforcement agencies in various fields of forensic science.

The Gujarat Forensic Sciences University (GFSU), which is the first university in the world dedicated to forensic and allied sciences. It offers various courses and degrees in forensic science and bio forensics at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. It also has a state-of-the-art laboratory and research center for forensic investigations.

The Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science (NICFS), which is an institute under the Ministry of Home Affairs that offers training and education in criminology and forensic science. It also conducts research and consultancy projects in various areas of forensic science and bio forensics.

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), which is a premier medical institution that has a department of forensic medicine and toxicology. It provides medical-legal services and conducts research in various aspects of forensic science and bio forensics.
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