Tooth morphology and population affinity: Testing rASUDAS2 on modern African and European-derived samples
Thinking Computationally about Forensics: Anthropological Perspectives on Advancements in Technologies, Data and Algorithms
The long-standing problem of estimating the age and sex of subadult skeletal remains has been significantly "solved" with the advances in understanding the growth and development patterns in the skeletons of young people. Kyra Stull, an anthropologist and forensic researcher at University of Nevada, Reno, and Danielle McLeod-Henning, a physical scientist at NIJ, share more about this research with NIJ writer and host Jim Dawson.
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