Thursday, August 21, 2008
What’s New in Forensics?
Forensic science has solved decades-old murders, identified people based on tiny samples after mass disasters, and saved innocent people from execution – not to mention inspired an entire genre of television. This week, the science of crime comes to Louisville with the annual conference of the International Association for Identification. Join us this Thursday when our panel of experts fills us in on the latest, most cutting-edge technologies and techniques.
- International Association for Identification
- 2008 IAI Conference in Louisville
- Dr. Emily Craig, Forensic Anthropologist for the Commonwealth of KY
- Crime Labs Received an Esitmated 2.7 Million Cases in 2005
- Forensic Magazine
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