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Closure of government lab could mean ‘boom over’ for forensic science courses

SOURCE: By Miriam Frankel Research Fortnight There are around 5,000 forensic science graduates a year in the UK and only some hundred job vacancies. But the number of positions will dwindle if the Forensic Science Service closes, according to Jim Fraser, director of the University of Strathclyde’s Centre for Forensic …

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British Dental Journal – New Forensic Series

The British Dental Journal is publishing a new forensic series.  These are written by Judy Hinchcliffe, who formerly worked as an odontologist in the Manchester area.  The first paper in the series concentrates on identifications and provides some case reports as well as highlighting some of the issues surrounding dental …

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