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
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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
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Lecture Material on Glass.
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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.
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
Here is the file for viewing and download:
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