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The NIJ Forensic Science Symposium at Pittcon

Date Published
May 1, 2019

NIJ funds research and development to improve how forensic evidence is gathered and used and supports the enhancement and creation of tools and techniques to identify, collect, analyze, interpret and preserve evidence.

To help spread the word about this work and engage the broader scientific community, we regularly attend and host symposia and poster sessions at Pittcon. For example, at Pittcon 2019 we hosted two Invited Symposia, two Organized Contributed Sessions, and a Poster Session, all highlighting recent applications of chemical and biological analysis to current issues in forensic science and criminal justice.

You can subscribe to receive an email whenever NIJ announces a new event and be among the first to learn about our next Symposia at Pittcon. 

Review the agendas from 2018 and 2019 symposia to get as examples of what you might find at future symposia.

National Institute of Justice, "The NIJ Forensic Science Symposium at Pittcon," May 1, 2019, nij.ojp.gov:
http://nij.ojp.gov/topics/articles/nij-forensic-science-symposium-pittcon
Date Created: May 1, 2019