Forensics has broadened to include specialists who started out in many different scientific backgrounds.
"I feel that I am giving people back their names and recognition, and sometimes reuniting them with their families." --Corinne Duhig
"If I have learned anything from this experience, it is that solid population genetic research is essential to the practice of wildlife forensics."
"PdOC has tried to make its Web site and services valuable to all postdocs in Cambridge"
"Research in Singapore will expand, with an ever-increasing number of new companies and institutes. Coupled with the expansion of many existing employers, this provides real opportunities for top-quality research and career advancement."
"I felt a growing conviction that I could turn one of my scientific ideas into a technology."
"We do have something like an Ivy League of German universities" -- Wolfgang Frühwald, President, Humboldt Foundation
"... the forensic anthropologist is often the victims last chance for identification and justice."
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"The message that we need to do something to standardize these practices comes through very clearly!"
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