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The final 2022 issue of the Biometric Bulletin, Volume 39, Issue 4 is now available for members. The issue includes news and updates from our members and regions and information about upcoming events. Read the Latest Issue
The IBS is excited to announce the 32nd International Biometric Conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina. More Info
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