Extended Development, Verification, and Validation of a Blast Dynamics Simulator for Post-Blast Forensic Investigations
Optimization of Pretreatment Parameters in Hair Analysis for Drugs of Abuse and Understanding Protein-Drug Physicochemical Interactions
The Effects of Synthetic Cathinone Chirality on Pharmacodynamics and Pharmacokinetics and Its Implications for Forensic Toxicology
Determining Time Since Deposition of Epithelial Cell Samples Using Intrinsic Fluorescence Signatures
Estimating the postmortem interval of human skeletal remains using rapid, inexpensive microbiome tools
Research to Develop Validated Methods for THC Quantification in Complex Matrices by High-resolution DART-MSFocus on Edibles and Plant Materials
A Multifactorial Approach to Estimating Geographic Origin of Hispanics Using Cranial and Dental Data
Applying a Development Evaluation Approach to Address Community Safety and Health Challenges of Reintegration Programs in the USA
AI R&D to Support Community Supervision: Integrated Dynamic Risk Assessment for Community Supervision
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