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Forensics

Fields & Applications Forensics

Faster, More Objective Maggot Analysis

| Michael Schubert

Combining molecular analysis with artificial intelligence can help forensic scientists elicit more information from maggots

Fields & Applications Gas Chromatography

What Comes After the “Eureka” Moment?

| Katelynn Perrault

Increased focus is needed when it comes to the implementation of promising technologies in appropriate application areas

Fields & Applications Proteomics

Volcanic Vitrification of Brain Matter

| Matt Hallam

MS proteomics reveal the potential vitrification of brain matter during the Vesuvius eruption of 79 AD

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

Cretaceous Catastrophe

| Jonathan James

Exploring the prehistoric chemistry of Earth's oceans through a potentially unlikely source - mollusk shells

Fields & Applications Environmental

Crowdsourcing Toxicology: The Sequel

| Charlotte Barker

When markets move faster than regulation, consumers face the risks

Fields & Applications Forensics

Image of the Month: Elementary, My Dear Watson

| Jonathan James

Large area synchrotron source XFM scan of a natural fingermark showing distribution of Zn (red), Fe (green) and Ti (blue)

Fields & Applications Forensics

What's in the Bag?

| Jonathan James

An MS-based approach could let police ID illicit drugs without opening suspect packages

Fields & Applications Forensics

Leaving your Mark

| Jonathan James

There’s much more to fingermarks than meets the dye

Fields & Applications Forensics

Stories of the Dead

| Matt Hallam, Lana Brockbals, Pier Paolo Petrone, Cristina Barrocas Dias

How analytical chemistry refines life after death.

Fields & Applications Forensics

Image of the Month: Ancient Amphibian Autopsy

| Jonathan James

SEM and SRS-XRF reveal the most anatomically detailed structures of fossilized frogs to date.

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