A company called DNA Analysis, which makes DNA swabs, is hoping to bring the technology to bear on the hunt for missing people.
In a new video, the company says its DNA analysis is able to identify the most common and dangerous organisms in the environment, and then match them to DNA samples.
The video goes on to highlight how the technology can be used to help locate missing people in remote areas, and to help the public identify the people who may be responsible for missing human bodies.
“We’re doing this because there are so many missing people,” founder and CEO Mike Lipscomb said in the video.
“People are going missing in remote communities and in their homes.
This is where we can really bring that missing person to the attention of the public and help them get their loved ones home.”
The company says it has developed a method of using DNA from a person’s cheek, mouth and teeth to match a sample from a sample taken from a DNA sample.
Lipscom says the method works by taking the DNA from the cheek, saliva and teeth, and using it to match that from a matching sample taken of a person.
He says the technique is similar to what you would use to detect the presence of HIV in a blood sample, for example.
The company, which is based in Portland, Oregon, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the new technology, which it hopes to ship by the end of the year.
The product will also be available to the public at no cost.
“The human body has a tremendous amount of complexity,” Lipsman said in a statement.
“With this technology, we can make our data-collection more efficient, while also providing the ability to help people find the missing people they are looking for.
This new technology will help us keep more people alive and help solve more missing persons cases.”
Lips, who has a Ph.
D. in biology, hopes to start working on the technology by the year 2020.
DNA Analysis’s chief technology officer, Michael Cavanagh, says the company hopes to be able to find missing people by using the technology.
“If we can identify people and then find their DNA profiles, then we can then find out who they are,” he said.
The system can also be used in conjunction with other tools.
DNA Analytic, which has offices in Portland and San Francisco, says its software can identify animals in the ocean, which will be matched to DNA swab samples collected from fish, crabs and other marine life.
Lippscomb says the technology could also be applied to identify wildlife that may be hidden in urban settings, and the possibility of identifying animals in remote environments that are unlikely to be seen in public.
DNA analysis has been used in the past to identify people who were missing in Canada, such as a dog who was last seen in Quebec City, Quebec.