Discover Forensics

Discover Forensics

How to Use Science for Investigations

Book - 2018
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A fun and informative book that introduces budding young investigators to the world of forensic science! Every crime scene has clues if you know where to look. Examining these clues using forensic methods can help you solve even the most mysterious crimes. In this book, you will learn from forensic experts how to analyse all sorts of evidence, from blood and soil to handwriting and fibres. Filled with colourful illustrations, hands-on activities and true crime cases, Discover Forensics is your best guide to thinking like a forensic scientist. By applying the correct techniques and inquiry-based principles - and avoiding the myths that are commonly depicted on TV - you might just uncover the truth of what happened! The Forensic Experts Group (TFEG) is a team of accomplished forensic scientists with more than 80 years of combined experience and specialised knowledge. The first private and independent forensic laboratory in Singapore, TFEG serves as a one-stop centre for a wide spectrum of forensic services. TFEG's forensic scientists have worked on hundreds of cases, including many high-profile ones. Through its Discover Forensics Series education kits and its well-received workshops and school talks, TFFG is bringing forensic science literacy to a new generation of young minds. Book jacket.
Publisher: Singapore : Marshall Cavendish Editions, ©2018.
ISBN: 9789814779289
Characteristics: 103 pages :,colour illustrations ;,23 cm.

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