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Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 8 September 2015 Pukul 17.00

Bioanalysis, a leading MEDLINE-indexed journal for bioanalysts, has published a Special Focus issue spotlighting the new developments in dried blood spot (DBS) sampling and dried matrix microsampling technologies. toxicologists, forensic toxicologists and sports doping analysts. About Future Science Group. Founded in 2001, Future Science Group (FSG) is a progressive publisher focused on breakthrough medical, biotechnological, and scientific research.


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A digital award will be issued in the name of the authors and are invited to submit an extended article version to one of the IARIA (International Academy, Research and Industry Association) Journals. September 2 ______ .. The work of Michel Maharbiz' research group in conjuction with Nanyang Technological University in Singapore is featured in a UC Berkeley News Center article titled “ Cyborg beetle research allows free-flight study of insects”. By strapping tiny computers and 

This Week In Forensic Science

Diterbitkan pada Monday, 8 June 2015 Pukul 14.00

No one has hours to scour the papers to keep up with the latest news, so we've curated the top news stories in the field of Forensic Science for this week. Here's what 6/6/2015). The state says its forensic scientists have tested more than 7,500 of the roughly 9,900 rape kits submitted by law enforcement agencies around Ohio to check for possible DNA matches. But while science and technology can drive DNA forensics forward, policy must pave the path ahead.

Crime Scene Discovery—separating The Dna Of Identical Twins

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 23 April 2015 Pukul 22.01

Now Dr Graham Williams and his Forensic Genetics Research Group at the University of Huddersfield have developed a solution to the problem and published their findings in the journal Analytical Biochemistry. "Nevertheless, we have demonstrated substantial progress towards a relatively cheap and quick test for differentiating between identical twins in forensic case work," says Dr Williams, who gives a detailed summary of the science behind Related Stories 

Using Blowflies As 'meth Detectors'

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 18 June 2014 Pukul 20.00

A collaboration between the University of WA's Centre for Forensic Science and University of Turin's Department of Chemistry in Italy has explored the effect of MA on the development, growth rates and survival of the blowfly in relation to estimating "GC-MS is an 'old' chemistry method for the detection of different substances, especially drugs, and we adapted the technology," study author Dr Paolo Magni says. NASA calls on SpaceX to send astronauts to ISS.

Bullet 'fingerprints' To Help Solve Crimes

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 30 July 2014 Pukul 20.20

Anna, who is studying at UWA's Centre for Forensic Science, is soon to submit her PhD in which she shows that by being able to determine up to 19 trace elements found in bullet lead - including arsenic, gold and mercury - she can Anna knew she wanted to be a forensic scientist when, at 15 and living in a small New Zealand town, she and her twin sister Sarah would spend time in the town library after school. In a study published in the ACS journal Analytical .

Scientists Don't Turn A Blind Eye To Bias

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 9 July 2015 Pukul 20.19

"We found that non-blind papers tended to exaggerate differences between the experimental group and the control group," said lead researcher Dr Luke Holman, from the Research School of Biology at The Australian National University The paper is published in PLOS Biology at a time when experimental processes are under the microscope following increased levels of retractions and some journals are reviewing their peer review procedures. Related Stories 

Ancestral Background Can Be Determined By Fingerprints

Diterbitkan pada Monday, 28 September 2015 Pukul 18.47

"And it's particularly important given that, in 2009, the National Academy of Sciences called for more scientific rigor in forensic science – singling out fingerprints in particular as an area that merited additional study.

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