In this column, we’ll look at some ways to set a high level of professionalism even when you’re watching the bottom line.
There are several techniques that can be used to examine the Registry, each of which has its own merits.
By Susan Halla
One of the most difficult and time consuming portions of the construction of a new laboratory is preparing and orchestrating a move. With some organization and forethought you can make the best of an inevitable situation.
This month the Safety Guys alert you to the potential significant physical hazards present at crime scenes and in the workplace.
The Forensic Potential of Mascara: When properly isolated, characterized, and analyzed, these trace particles can place a victim or perpetrator at the scene of the crime or accident.
Through a local DNA database, Bensalem, Pennsylvania, has begun to leverage DNA in every possible case and has created a truly investigative tool.
Banishing backlogs and budget cuts with “Foresight”
Reliable computer interpretation can address the scientific need for thorough, objective, and informative analysis of DNA evidence.
By Chris Asplen
DNA-Prokids provides an example that we possess the technology, the resources, and most importantly, the will to fight back hard against the some of the worst nature and human nature has to offer.
Forensic scientists need a dose of yearly education in order to stay informed on modern forensic science. Ideally, hands-on experience along with well-designed lectures would comprise the total learning experience.