Dr. Bradley White’s forensic wildlife lab at Trent sees its role as a defender of justice for wild animals. Based in the DNA Building on Trent’s Peterborough campus, the lab and its primary partner, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, work with universities, research institutions, and government and non-government organizations around the world. The lab’s mission is to compile the kind of comprehensive genetic information needed for effective management and conservation of plant and animal species. As one of the foremost wildlife forensic DNA labs in the world, Trent’s facility is a pioneer in this rare type of identification.

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