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Lori Baker with her husband, Erich. Baker is founder and executive director of the International Consortium for Forensic Identification, Reuniting Families Project.
September 19, 2014 Lori Baker uses DNA samples to track down the loved ones of immigrants who died on their journeys. "I would love not to do this anymore, but I don't think I have it in me not to," she says.
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January 12, 2012 When life comes to an end, cremation or burial is the traditional choice. Thousands of people, though, opt instead to donate their bodies to a Body Farm, where forensic anthropologists expose cadavers to the elements — and to insects — in the interests of science.
August 25, 2010 Today's Talk lineup includes political junkie Ken Rudin with primary results, Bones creator Kathy Reichs on forensic anthropology on TV and in real life, and Ultrinsic.com's Jeremy Gelbart on students betting on grades online.
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