Plug-and-Play Forensic MS
Portable mass spectrometry readies itself for on-site identification of physical evidence.
Christopher Mulligan | | Interview
Transporting, processing and finally analyzing crime scene evidence takes precious time, creating a backlog in forensic labs. Three Illinois State University professors have been working on the development and implementation of a portable mass spectrometer that could allow real-time analysis at the crime scene itself. Christopher Mulligan, Associate Professor in the university’s analytical chemistry department tells us more.
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