Forensic Science Lecture Material: Body Fluids

Forensic Science Lecture Material: Body Fluids

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And here are the two videos we discussed in class on luminol action.


Forensic Science Lecture Material: Fibers and Hair

Forensic Science Lecture Material: Fibers and Hair

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Forensic Science Lecture Material: Explosives

Forensic Science Lecture Material: Explosives

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Here are the two videos that set the tone for our discussion on Explosives.

The first, from one of the movies I love, The Hurt Locker.

And this, a brief discussion on the Boston bombings. Specifically on IEDs. Pressure cooker bombs, in this case.

Forensic Science Lecture Material: Fire and Arson

Forensic Science Lecture Material: Fire and Arson

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Forensic Science Lecture Material: Glass

Lecture Material on Glass.

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Forensic Science Lecture Material – 16 December and 22 December, 2016

Appended below is the PowerPoint file I used in class today. We will be continuing with the same file on 22 December, 2016.

Topics covered here:
How do fingerprints form?
Types of fingerprints
Detection and Visualisation of Latent Fingerprints
Chemical Methods of Development of Latent Fingerprints:

  • Iodine fumigation
  • Silver nitrate method
  • Ninhydrin method
  • Cyanoacrylate (superglue) fuming

The PowerPoint file can be downloaded below.


Forensic Science Lecture Material – 25, 28 and 29 November, 2016

We’ll be discussing the PowerPoint file linked here for our classes on 25, 28 and 29 November, 2016.

The topics covered here include:
An Introduction to Forensic Science
Definition of Forensic Science
Locard’s Principle of Exchange
The History and Development of Forensic Science
Forensic Labs in India
The Organisation of a Forensic Laboratory
Evidence – Definition and Types

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