Northern Michigan University's FROST lab is the world's first outdoor facility to study human decomposition in a cold climate
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As analytical techniques improve or constraints arise, forensic scientists explore new kinds of samples
Rapid, reliable field detection of hazardous materials is a top priority in both private and government security markets
DNA sequencing keeps getting faster and covering more bases, and today’s fastest approach is massively parallel sequencing (MPS)—also known as next-generation sequencing.
Because drugs tend to be small-molecule structures, gas-chromatography-MS (GC-MS) serves as confirmation both for alcohol level and for most drugs.
In forensic work, the smallest detail can make the difference in solving a crime. Those details can come from genetic evidence, such as DNA. Collecting the DNA is one thing, analyzing it is another.
Although some fingerprint analysis is new, the concept—using fingerprints for identification—started centuries ago.
For many scientists, research is nothing like what we see in TV and movies.
From marine accidents to murders, this technology helps experts analyze the evidence
Sports is big business, which is why leagues and federations are desperate to keep their franchises honest. In the US, Major League Baseball (MLB) received a record $9 billion in revenues in 2014, while the National Football League took in close to $10 billion.