Scientists express concern as UK government axes its forensic service.
DNA artefacts from white blood cells offer forensic clues to a person's age.
Chemists should help make forensic sciences stronger, says Innocence Project founder
Mass graves of border-crossers who died of dehydration or exhaustion are being exhumed to put names on anonymous case numbers
Texas State University astronomer Donald Olson combined solar, tidal and weather data to identify the likely moment of the image in the Monet work Impression, Sunrise
Two federal agencies aim to set standards for crime labs
What appears to be accepted science in the courtroom may not be accepted science among scientists.
CSI: Mother Nature--Forensic Meteorology a New Growth Industry as Weather-Related Damage Intensifies
Called on to reconstruct weather conditions that occurred at a specific time and location in question, the number of cases for storm sleuths to solve is on the rise
An analysis of Richard I's heart shows that Christians in the Middle Ages embalmed, which the Church has tried to downplay due to the practice's pagan origins
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
FBI laboratory chief is optimistic despite severe criticism and challenges ahead.
A new DNA-based research tool developed in Poland, could help forensic specialists identify dead bodies which have either decomposed or been mutilated beyond recognition. The HIrisPlex (pron: Hirisplex) system has already been used to reveal the ...
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:
A national commission created to improve the reliability of forensics has been dealt a possibly fatal blow
RALEIGH, N.C.—Bone-hunters and anthropologists typically guard their fossils as priceless specimens. I've learned to ask: "Is that real or a cast?" when shown a specimen.
Forensic investigators tended to find more evidence supporting a guilty verdict following a confession, even if it was forced or coerced. Christopher Intagliata reports
Beetles might precede blowflies (not vice versa, as forensic entomology has long suggested), a finding that could change time of death and other calculations made by crime-scene investigators
Seeking new standards for forensic DNA typing
How your genes could reveal what you look like