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Spider Bones

I am reviewing the procedural thriller Spider Bones by Kathy Reichs which is a very good book that I bought from a car boot sale. This novel is part of the Temperance Brennan series about a lady forensic pathologist. 234 more words


Forensics has a long-standing winning tradition; coaches, alumni credited for success

Caitlyn Duley crafted her college search around schools with forensics programs. Her teammate, Elijah Freeman said collegiate forensics found him.

Despite different roads to the program, the two were both successful in helping UW-Eau Claire forensics continue its long streak as state champions last weekend when they competed at UW-Stout. 553 more words

Fight or Flight

I awoke with a sore throat and took my temperature.  Normal.  My throat didn’t even look very red.  What should I do?  Should I go to the forensic tournament, or stay home.   397 more words


Image of the Week: The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death

This unsettling image of a doll meeting her untimely end, carries a deadly serious purpose. It is a close up portrait of one the twenty miniature crime scenes created by American heiress and criminologist Frances Glessner Lee in the 1940s and 50s. 196 more words

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For Anyone Who Sometimes Feels The Same Crippling Public Speaking Anxiety That I Do...Here Are Four Steps To Calming Public Speaking Anxiety

I suppose I should start off by saying hello to you all, it’s been a while. The reason for this post is because today, I had to give a memorized speech in one of my classes; I thought that I would be fine considering I had been in Forensics (which is like public speaking people do sometimes with partners for fun…okay, that was a horrible description I’m really sorry- if you are legitimately interested in this… 595 more words

Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime


26 February 2015 – 21 June 2015

183 Euston Road, Bloomsbury,  London NW1 2BE


Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime is the Wellcome’s Collection new exhibition.  50 more words