Latest Forensic evidence Stories
Fingerprints mark us out as individuals and leave telltale signs of our presence on every object that we touch, but what are fingerprints really for?
Ancient footprints discovered near Ileret in northern Kenya show that some of the earliest humans walked like us and did so on anatomically modern feet more than a million years ago.
WHAT: The National Academy of Sciences will release a report on the scientific shortcomings and policy changes that could improve the forensic sciences. The report, "Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward," reviews the state of the forensic techniques--fingerprinting, firearms identification and analysis of bite marks,...
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A pioneering forensic scientist at Northamptonshire Police and the University of Leicester is being called on by US force officers to tackle a decade-old murder case.
London police said they caught a pair of suspected burglars after following a trail of footprints the two left in the snow for more than a mile. Investigators said they followed two sets of footprints away from the scene of a garage break-in at a South London home early Monday morning, The Times of London reported Friday. Officers and sniffer dogs were able to follow the trails left by the suspects, as most residents were still in bed and the snow was mostly untouched, police said.
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LONDON, Dec. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the biometric access control markets, Frost & Sullivan recognizes TBS - Touchless Biometric Systems with the 2008 European Frost & Sullivan Product Innovation of the Year Award.
Primo Rivera had long wondered about the dents in a rocky hill near his farm in Bolivia and this month, the mystery was finally solved when paleontologists discovered they were actually Boliviaâ€™s oldest fossilized dinosaur footprints.
- Any of various tropical Old World birds of the family Indicatoridae, some species of which lead people or animals to the nests of wild honeybees. The birds eat the wax and larvae that remain after the nest has been destroyed for its honey.