Discussion in 'Forensic Science' started by Guest, Oct 29, 2006.
ooh thanks! will check that out
does anyone have sites on ballistics?
... just thought I'd ask...
Yes. See your previous post:
...But I meant other ones...
An internationally renowned forensics expert I attended a talk of: http://www.benecke.com/
He actually is a forensic entomologist like Grissom and happens to have worked for the Manhattan medical examiner's office
Bringing this thread back to life.
Well, I have a lot more. Try this one on for size: The Society of Forensic Toicologists And for our neighbors to the North , there is The Canadian Society of Forensic Sciences and Forensics.ca.
For our hosts from England there is The Forensic Science Service
Aside from the above URL'S , there is Crime Scene Investigation , Forensic Solutions, LLC and Forensic Education and Consulting , Imprimus Forensic Services , The Crime Scene Investigator , Introduction to Criminalistics , Carpenter's Forensic Science Resources to just name a few. Not to forget Forensic-Evidence.com
Others are Criminal Justice Resources Resources:Forensic Sciences , Forensic Crime Lab AKA Crime Scene Unit , Firearmsid.com- An Introduction to Forensic Firearms Identification ,
well, the sites seem to be very interesting , but, since I am not that good at English to understand everything, and that information of this kind would be very useful for a school project that I am doing about all the CSI world CSI:School Project Thread , I would like to ask:does anyone know of any other sites about forensics in portuguese? You might answer here or PM me.Any information would be very much apreciated.
You can also try http://www.dojes.com/index.php
These folks actually design and make a good deal of the chemical processes seen on CSI. Everything from print powder to Luminol to teaching seminars in the field use of these chemicals. The catalog is free too, you can order up a t-shirt or jacket that has /FORENSICS/ across the back.
Loads of cool stuff for the science nerd in all of us.
Meh.. They where Absolutely Brilliant! Thanks! Now i can start my Studying for The Forensics! ^_^
Thankkk you so much! Honestly, I love you.
if anyone understands french; here is a very good website, although, it stays in the basics. http://briconique.free.Fr.
I know it's not a web site, but I strongly recommend Forensics for Dummies by Douglas P lyle...it's really good
Anyone here know of a good online dictionary of sorts that lists various Forensic Tools and what they're used for? It'd be nice to have for reference when I finally get around to writing CSI fic, or for just a bit added knowledge.
That's a good question. I have a lot of books that have glossaries in the back, but it would be nice to have an overall list.
I wish I could help you more Cova , but unfortunately I can't...I don't know of any site either, and i would really love to do, as I need that kind of information for a school project...If you find anything, just tell us, please
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