In the aftermath of 9/11, Assistant Teaching Professor for the Program in Criminal Justice, Mark Desire, was tasked with identifying the remains of those who had been killed at the World Trade Center – work which remains unfinished 22 years after the attacks. Along with his team, in conversation with National 9/11 Museum Director, Clifford Chanin, he discusses his work, how it has helped facilitate and been aided by advancements in DNA identification technology, and how this project has assisted in the identification of victims of mass atrocities and disasters around the world. A link to the segment can be found at