Latest Forensic evidence Stories
WASHINGTON - Scientists have found ways to tease even more clues out of fingerprints' telltale marks - one in a string of developments that gives modern forensics even better ways to solve mysteries like the anthrax attacks or JonBenet Ramsey's murder.
New tech reveals fingerprint's chemical makeup WASHINGTON, Aug. 7 (Xinhua) -- U.S. researchers have developed a new technique for analyzing fingerprints that reveals, in high detail, the chemical compounds that make up the print.
By Christopher Knox THE new chief executive of a company that develops fingerprint technology to help catch criminals has said it is poised to float on the stock market.
Scientists have developed new ways to retrieve even more information from fingerprints, resulting in better chances for forensic researchers to solve mysteries like the anthrax attacks or JonBenet Ramsey's murder.
Researchers are shooting aerial photos of dinosaur tracks near southern Utahâ€™s Coral Pink Sand Dunes in hopes of learning more about the large animals that left them behind millions of years ago.
MILLIONS of people flying from British airports will be fingerprinted from next year. The latest Government anti-terror plans are being introduced despite opposition from the Information Commissioner, Britain's privacy watchdog. Scanners will let domestic and international passengers mix.
U.S. scientists say evidence found recently in Ohio and Indiana supports the theory of a giant object exploding 12,900 years ago over Canada.
By Thomas Frank WASHINGTON -- Key members of Congress are siding with the airline industry and moving to block the administration from forcing airlines to take fingerprints of foreign visitors before they fly home.
Forensic scientists at the University of Leicester, working with Northamptonshire Police, have announced a major breakthrough in crime detection which could lead to hundreds of cold cases being reopened.
Scientists in Texas are reporting development of an highly dependable, rapid, and inexpensive new method for identifying the presence of gunshot residue (GSR). The test fills a GSR-detection gap that results from wider use of â€œgreenâ€ â€” lead free â€” ammunition.
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