Single Source DNA Profile Recovery From Single Cells Isolated From Skin and Fabric From Touch DNA Mixtures in Mock Physical Assaults
Messenger RNA Biomarker Signatures for Forensic Body Fluid Identification Revealed by Targeted RNA Sequencing
Direct Analysis in Real Time-Mass Spectrometry and Kohonen Artificial Neural Networks for Species Identification of Larva, Pupa and Adult Life Stages of Carrion Insects
Human Organ Tissue Identification by Targeted RNA Deep Sequencing to Aid the Investigation of Traumatic Injury
Contextual Information Management: An Example of Independent-Checking in the Review of Laboratory-based Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
Assessing Class Consistency and Common Source Using 3D Virtual Comparison Microscopy in Firearm Forensics
Front-end differentiation of contributor cell populations and estimation of DNA content in trace biological samples using novel cellular signatures
Development of Improved Extraction/Purification Methods and Comprehensive Screening/Confirmation by LC-QqQ-MS Analysis for Novel Psychoactive Substances
Alibi Generation: Improving innocents suspects' accuracy and examining alibi discriminability using a novel GPS paradigm
At this Research for the Real World seminar, NIJ brought together law enforcement practitioners and leading researchers in the field of stress to discuss the current research evidence and practical benefits of targeted stress-management interventions and how they can promote officer mental wellness.
Detection and Diagnosis of Mobility Impairment via Cortical and Trabecular Bone Properties to Aid in the Identification of Human Remains in a Medicolegal Context
What does science tell us about case factors that can lead to a wrongful conviction? Dr. Jon Gould of American University will discuss the findings of the first large-scale empirical study that has identified ten statistically significant factors that distinguish a wrongful conviction from a "near miss." (A "near miss" is a case in which an innocent defendant was acquitted or had charges dismissed before trial). Following Dr. Gould's presentation, Mr. John R.