Trent’s exceptional facilities for research and teaching are located on a beautiful 1,450-acre riverfront campus in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, situated in the heart of the Kawarthas – a region that is one of Ontario’s most desirable lake districts.
Accommodations and Travel
Surrounded by stunning natural scenery, Trent University’s Peter Gzowski residence will exceed your expectations. You can rest easy when your son/daughter stays at Trent for the Forensic Science Camp. As the newest residence building on campus the rooms are well-maintained, clean and comfortable. Campers and Camp Counselors are housed in single rooms, with a full closet, nightstand, desk and double bed…AND a single adjoining bathroom complete with shower for every 2 people! Bed linens, pillows and towels are provided by Conference Services for all overnight guests. Free internet is available; however campers must bring their own Ethernet cable.
For those of you who are out of province or international campers, there are travel options available to provide you with door to door service. Please contact Conference Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details.
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Trent University’s DNA Building is a centre of academic excellence dedicated to interdisciplinary teaching and research, especially in the discipline of DNA Forensics. The hallmark feature of this facility is theNatural Resources DNA Profiling and Forensic Centre.
The DNA Building also features wet and dry laboratories, a greenhouse, classrooms, lecture halls, and faculty and staff offices.(Photos)
The building is also home to the Forensic Science Program Office , a state-of-the-art DNA Forensics teaching lab, which was designed following the guidelines and direction of the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).