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Human remains decompose in B.C. waters in less than four days

Human remains lost in deep waters off the B.C. coast decompose at a much faster rate than previously thought, suggests a new Simon Fraser...

New forensics technique calculates exact time of death

Determining the time of death isn't an exact science, and it becomes less and less exact as time passes. But a new method, developed...

Unique DNA marking system helps catch thieves

HUNDREDS of suspects have been screened in custody as part of a operation launched by Cheshire Police to target those who commit a crime. A...

Has forensic science made it impossible to commit the perfect crime?

Has forensic science made it impossible to commit the perfect crime? Sarah Freeman meets a leading professor who always tries to be one step...

How wine smelling techniques could help solve crime

Alison Davidson is a kind of olfactory Sherlock. A quiet but crisp scientist who runs the forensics lab at the University of Staffordshire, she...

State Agency: Analysis of Evidence in Bobo Case Finished

Authorities say they have completed their analysis of more than 460 pieces of evidence in the case of a woman whose partial remains were...

Why Digital Forensics In Incident Response Matter More Now

By understanding what happened, when, how, and why, security teams can prevent similar breaches from occurring in the future. In the 1991 movie Backdraft, Robert De...

Could police use perfume to catch criminals?

Forensics experts are building chemical profiles of popular fragrances where they hope to use them to identify scents left on items touched by criminals. By building...

Legos help solve 23-year-old Salt Lake County murder cold case

SALT LAKE CITY — Police have cracked a 23 year-old cold case murder thanks, in part, to a Lego. Unified Police announced an aggravated murder...

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