No one has hours to scour the papers to keep up with the latest news, so we’ve curated the top news stories in the field of Forensic Science for this week. Here’s what you need to know to get out the door!
Unidentified Remains to be Identified by US Military, Forensic Anthropologists (NBC San Diego – 7/28/2017)
The Forensic Science World is on the Brink of a Revolution (iNews – 7/28/2017)
Scientists are working to produce perfect replicas of key crime scene evidence using the latest 3D printing techniques – and they are cautiously optimistic that they will succeed.
It Might Be Impossible to Get Away With Crime Some Day (Time – 7/28/2017)
Dentures Bearing Rapist’s Name, DNA Lead to Conviction After 16 Years (Forensic Magazine – 7/31/2017)
Data Science Can Help Fight Human Trafficking (Forensic Science – 7/31/2017)
Lovers Share Colonies of Skin Microbes, Study Finds (The New York Times – 7/31/2017)
Oral Bacteria may Help Forensic Scientists Estimate Time Since Death (EurekAlert! – 8/1/2017)
These Bugs are the Most Gruesome Clues in Forensic Science (The Washington Post – 8/1/2017)
Statistics Proves Twitter a Powerful Tool in Forecasting Crime (Forensic Magazine – 8/2/2017)
The Greeks Really do Have Near-Mythical Origins, Ancient DNA Reveals (Science – 8/2/2017)
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