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The 22nd International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences of the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society (ANZFSS 2014) is to be held in Adelaide, South Australia. ANZFSS 2014 will be held from Sunday 31 August to Thursday 4th September 2014 at the internationally renowned Adelaide Convention Centre.

ANZFSS 2014 will bring together leading experts in the forensic science industry for an informative and engaging Symposium. Featuring a diverse and relevant scientific program, dynamic social events showcasing the best of Adelaide and Pre- and Post-Symposium workshops, ANZFSS 2014 is a Symposium not to be missed. 

To find out more information, visit the ANZFSS website by clicking here.

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