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The Murder Bag

Our Forensics: Anatomy of Crime exhibition is on until 21 June 2015. One of the objects you’ll find on display is an equipment case from 1972, used by officers at the scene of a crime to gather evidence. 643 more words


Solving Crimes with DNA - Scientists & Engineers on Sofas...

Solving Crimes with DNA – Scientists & Engineers on Sofas (and other furnishings)

DNA Scientist and Mentor Bruce Jackson, PhD, traces ancestry and solves crimes with the powerful tool of DNA on this edition of “Scientists & Engineers on Sofas (and other furnishings)”!

By: National Science Foundation.

Meet Mallory: My Path to Criminalist

I’m taking a quick break from basic CSI to talk about my forensic discovery and education. But don’t worry, photography will be next! I was a very scientific kid. 1,092 more words



There’s something so cute about these two. Sure, they’re part of a kind of stale, predictable procedural where the end is always happy, sometimes slightly surprising. 186 more words


Bones Never Lie (Temperance Brennan #17) by Kathy Reichs

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Published: September 23, 2014

Unexpectedly called in to the Charlotte PD’s Cold Case Unit, Dr. Temperance Brennan wonders why she’s been asked to meet with a homicide cop who’s a long way from his own jurisdiction. 351 more words


NutShell Studies - Frances Glessner Lee

One of the 18 scenes she created


The Nutshell studies were made to help Police Officers gather evidence and prevent contamination at crime scenes. The Police Officers may not have realized the significance of a pile of cigarettes which she noted as one of the many problems in Forensic Examination at that time. 157 more words