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Fingerprints ‘breakthrough’ for wildlife crime investigators

Scientists say they have made a forensic breakthrough in the fight against wildlife crime. A team from Dundee has been able to recover fingerprints from...

Fingerprint breakthrough in determining sequence of deposition of fingerprints on printed paper

For more than a century, fingerprints have been crucial to the investigation of crime and are still responsible for more identifications than DNA evidence.  Now,...

Nanoparticles give up forensic secrets

A group of researchers from Switzerland has thrown light on the precise mechanisms responsible for the impressive ability of nanoparticles to detect fingermarks left...

Fingerprints Could Glow for Future Forensics

Fingerprints are not just important in forensics and the identification of people; they can also be used for security clearance, access control, and the...

Why Some People Don’t Develop Fingerprints

In 2007, a Swiss woman in her late 20s had an unusually hard time crossing the U.S. border. Customs agents could not confirm her...

Fingerprints Lifted from Fabric

Scottish police have paired up with forensics experts from the University of Abertay Dundee to make lifting fingerprints from fabric possible for the first time....

Revolutionary fingerprint powder can reveal criminal’s sex and drug habits

A revolutionary powder claims to be able to discover what a person has eaten, what medication they’re on and even their sex, all from...

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