Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2004, $993,500)
This award to the City of New York will provide funding for the improvement and expansion of crime laboratory capacity to facilitate the collection and development of high quality evidence. Project objectives include the purchase of new equipment; the implementation of new methods for collecting, analyzing, and disseminating evidence; the development of new information technologies; and the enhancement of interagency coordination.
- Molecularly Imprinted Polymer-Modified Microelectrode Arrays for Rapid In-Field Analysis of Trace Illicit Substances in Oral Fluid
- Utilizing eDNA from Four Biological Taxa Associated with Geologic Evidence for Sample-to-Sample Comparisons and Study Site Separation
- Isotope Analysis of Modern Remains in Forensics: Optimizing Sample Preparation Methods for Accurate and Reliable Carbonate and Collagen Isotope Analysis