How can forensic laboratories prevent future false identifications, arrests, and convictions?

In April 2015, several law enforcement agencies reported at least 90 percent of trial transcripts the FBI analyzed as part of its Microscopic Hair Comparison Analysis were false. Due to erroneous testimonies and laboratory reports, these findings unfairly bolstered the prosecutions’ case. Read the article, FBI Testimony on Microscopic Hair Analysis Contained Errors in at Least 90 Percent of Cases in Ongoing Review, to find out more about this incident. Then, respond to the following:
How can forensic laboratories prevent future false identifications, arrests, and convictions?How can the reliability of forensic evidence be increased to ensure accuracy, validity, and reliability?
https://www.fbi.gov/news/press-releases/press-releases/fbi-testimony-on-microscopic-hair-analysis-contained-errors-in-at-least-90-percent-of-cases-in-ongoing-review