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    When Science Takes the Witness Stand

    In courts of law, forensic. testimony often goes unchallenged by a scientifically naive legal community. Forensic methods must be screened with greater care if justice is to be served

    May 1, 1990 — Neville Colman and Peter J. Neufeld

    Dust Reveals Who You Are and Where You Live

    Scientists dissected dust bunnies from across the country and found some interesting patterns; their work will help allergy sufferers and forensic scientists

    October 19, 2015 — Erika Beras and Benjamin Meyers

    What is touch DNA?

    The technology that cleared JonBenet Ramsey's family of her murder can detect the slightest bit of genetic material. Husband and wife forensic experts Max and Lucy Houck explain:

    August 8, 2008

    "Necrobiome" Reveals a Corpse's Time of Death

    The microbial ecosystems inhabiting corpses could help forensic scientists determine a person’s time of death, even after almost two months. Christopher Intagliata reports.

    December 22, 2016 — Christopher Intagliata

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