Environmental forensics is an established discipline in North America, but in the United Kingdom and Europe, the field has emerged more slowly. It's gaining speed, however.
"I can see no reason to justify the exclusion of deaf people from scientific laboratories." --Sarah Page
Setting up a Chinese collaboration "is a bit like learning a musical instrument," says French researcher Bernard Hebral. "After the initial struggle and the frustration, it can be a very rewarding experience."
Colleagues don't always look as good in their lab coats as the forensic scientists on TV, but forensics research is a great job for the right kind of person.
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