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By Board of Forensic Document Examiners (BFDE)
The February 17, 2014 multidisciplinary workshop on Bias in Forensics organized by AAFS Jurisprudence Section Chair Andrew Sulner and Innocence Project co-Director Barry Scheck highlighted Day 1 of the weeklong 66th Annual Scientific Meeting of the...

By Springs Preserve
August 11-17 is National Forensic Science Week! Come learn what the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Departments Forensic Lab has to offer on Tuesday, August 13th, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the Springs Preserve

By CSULA
Gross Anatomy, DNA, and Forensic Injury Biomechanics are among the workshop topics to be addressed

By DNA Labs India Hyderabad.
DLI ranked by the Phoenix Business Journal as the No1 Bioinformatics training & Biotechnology school in Hyderabad, India. This is now going to start a new batches in December 2012 .

By Board of Forensic Document Examiners
Andrew Sulner, MSFS, JD, D-BFDE, (www.bfde.org), chaired "Flawed Forensics: Recognizing and Challenging Misleading Forensic Evidence and Disingenuous Expert Testimony.” A distinguished faculty discussed challenges facing forensic scientists.

By Board of Forensic Document Examiners
BFDE VP, Andrew Sulner, MSFS, JD, chairs a workshop on 2/21/12 at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences in Atlanta. “Flawed Forensics: Recognizing and Challenging Misleading Forensic Evidence - Disingenuous Expert Testimony.” www.bfde.org/

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By Board of Forensic Document Examiners (BFDE)
The February 17, 2014 multidisciplinary workshop on Bias in Forensics organized by AAFS Jurisprudence Section Chair Andrew Sulner and Innocence Project co-Director Barry Scheck highlighted Day 1 of the weeklong 66th Annual Scientific Meeting of the...

By Springs Preserve
August 11-17 is National Forensic Science Week! Come learn what the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Departments Forensic Lab has to offer on Tuesday, August 13th, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the Springs Preserve

By CSULA
Gross Anatomy, DNA, and Forensic Injury Biomechanics are among the workshop topics to be addressed

By DNA Labs India Hyderabad.
DLI ranked by the Phoenix Business Journal as the No1 Bioinformatics training & Biotechnology school in Hyderabad, India. This is now going to start a new batches in December 2012 .

By Board of Forensic Document Examiners
Andrew Sulner, MSFS, JD, D-BFDE, (www.bfde.org), chaired "Flawed Forensics: Recognizing and Challenging Misleading Forensic Evidence and Disingenuous Expert Testimony.” A distinguished faculty discussed challenges facing forensic scientists.

By Board of Forensic Document Examiners
BFDE VP, Andrew Sulner, MSFS, JD, chairs a workshop on 2/21/12 at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences in Atlanta. “Flawed Forensics: Recognizing and Challenging Misleading Forensic Evidence - Disingenuous Expert Testimony.” www.bfde.org/

By Fitzco International
Fitzco has been associated with changing the past method of storing DNA on cloth, to the now universally accepted method of collecting and storing DNA on collection paper. The new Ensemble Collection System (ECS) range is another step forward.

By Fitzco Inc
Fitzco has been associated with completely changing the past method of storing DNA on cloth, to the now universally accepted method of collecting and storing DNA on collection paper. The new Pro-PRIME Collection Card range is another step forward.

By CRC Press
Police and Military Dogs: Criminal Detection, Forensic Evidence, and Judicial Admissibility examines the use of police and military dogs for a wide variety of functions and explores canine biology and behavior as it applies to police work.

By PR Team
The 2-day conference, “DNA 2010- The Science of DNA Fingerprinting in Crime Investigation” from 29th October to 30th October, 2010 at IETE Auditorium, was organized by BioAxis DNA Research Centre, Tarnaka, Secunderabad.

By URI News
On Nov. 2, Rhode Islanders will be asked to vote on a $78 million higher education bond referendum (#2) that includes $61 million to finance a new Center for Chemical and Forensic Sciences at URI and $17 million for an addition to the RIC Art Center.

By Novi Bautista
Learn some basic information about Crime scene investigation and how to become a crime scene investigator. Added information can be found at the overview of Crime scene investigation.

By PR-BDRC
Following on from the success of DNA-THE DECISIVE EVIDENCE, held in August 2009 at APPA, This event is aimed to bring together different Forensic Scientists, Forensic Doctors, interested students/entities to share their experience and expertise.

By Ashworth College
Lindsay Beck is the recipient of a full-tuition Ashworth College scholarship to pursue her degree online. Beck shared her aspiration to attain a higher education to improve her life in an essay. She was selected from nearly 300,000 applicants.

By Ashworth University
Ashworth University students are exploring a different type of crime scene, an online discussion forum in a club format, where like-minded students converge to discuss issues, news and trends pertaining to forensic science.



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