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A national laboratory established three years ago to combat the illegal timber trade is relocating to Oregon State University, expanding its database of wood samples and their unique chemical signatures that can be used to identify the origin and species of wood in products such as lumber, furniture and even musical instruments.

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Cady Lancaster of the Wood Identification and Screening Laboratory checks a sample with direct analysis in real time of flight mass spectromet…

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Wood identification training in Cameroon. Wood products from global hot spots of illegal logging such as central Africa frequently enter the U…