New Podcast Episode: The Evidence We Leave Behind (Part 1)Over the past decade, the human microbiome – consisting of trillions of bacteria, fungi, and viruses that live in and on every one of us – has become increasingly important to criminal investigators as they’ve realized that we all leave traces of our unique microbial evidence wherever we go. In a new Justice Today podcast episode, Gregory Dutton, a physical scientist at NIJ, joins science writer Jim Dawson to discuss the microbiome: what it is, how it applies to forensics, and the evolution of its role in forensic science. A transcript of the podcast is also available. GET THE EPISODEYou received this e-mail because you asked for an alert when we post new publications, articles, and website updates.To manage your subscriptions, login to your Subscriber Preferences page.If you have any questions or problems with the subscription service, visit Subscriber Support.GovDelivery is providing this service on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice and may not use your subscription information for any other purposes. Review privacy policies for the Department of Justice and GovDelivery.