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Forensics

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

ToF-SIMS: A Secret Forensics Weapon?

| Lauren Robertson

How a new approach to imaging could help forensics scientists retrieve fingerprints from tricky bullet casings

Fields & Applications Forensics

Stashed Skull, Hidden Dragon (Man)

| Lauren Robertson

Once stowed away in an abandoned well, analysis of a Hominin fossil suggests we’ve found a long-lost sister lineage

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

More Secrets of the Mary Rose

| Lauren Robertson

Multi-isotope analysis of teeth hints at a multicultural crew on Britain's infamous Tudor vessel

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

A Treacherous Tale

| Lauren Robertson

Analysis of a black spot casts new light on the final hours of a deadly Danish Expedition

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Image of the Month: Scroll Scrutiny

| Lauren Robertson

How hyperspectral imaging unlocked the secrets of a severely degraded Jewish parchment

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

Catching Crooks Red-Handed

| Matt Hallam

How can we reliably study blood-covered fingerprints? One team may have found an answer

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Image of the Month: The (Enduring) Scream

| Lauren Robertson

Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” is beginning to show its age - spectroscopy can tell us how to better protect it

Fields & Applications Forensics

Secrets of the Mary Rose

| Lauren Robertson

X-ray analysis of artefacts recovered from Henry VIII’s favored warship reveals surprising details about armor production and conservation efforts

Fields & Applications Forensics

Battle of the Bronze Age

| Matt Hallam

Unraveling encounters on bygone battlefields with fencing (and X-rays)

Fields & Applications Proteomics

Clues from a Watery Grave

| Lauren Robertson

Bone proteomics could help investigators get to the bottom of drowning deaths

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