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Forensics in the classroom

This site uses crime scene scenarios to introduce concepts of biology, chemistry, and physics in a way designed to excite interest in the applications of forensic investigations. Students conduct a… Read more »

Virtual tour of a Forensic lab

This virtual tour of a forensic laboratory has three floors. Each floor has a number of rooms devoted to a particular forensic specialty. Each room has a slide show of… Read more »

(16001) Lecture Notes On Forensic Law

This site offers lecture notes relating to an introductory survey course on forensic science. It is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding and analysis of technical and legal issues involving… Read more »

The Chemical Detective

This site is aimed at high school students interested in forensic science. it introduces the visitor to a spectrum of forensic science disciplines that includes DNA, fire and arson, firearms,… Read more »

Forensic Science Laboratory

This site has been accepted as the first on-line labbook in ASDLib. It presents analytical instrumentation in a forensic context, so that students learn both about quality measurements and the… Read more »

VMSL: Virtual Mass Spectrometry Laboratory

This site presents a series of case studies that can be explored using modern mass spectrometry methods. The problem-solving nature of the site provides students a virtual laboratory experience that… Read more »

Biological science Initative-Forensic science

This website provides middle and high school teachers and students with concepts and techniques of forensic evidence analysis commonly employed in forensic laboratories. This site contains a series of laboratory… Read more »

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