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Firearms detection funding call

  Following recent attacks in Europe,...

Recovering data from new digital devices

This week's challenge looks at recovering evidence from digital devices. The SIG is about to...

Free Facial Comparison Webinar

The European Division of the International Association for Identification (EU IAI) is hosting...

FoSci Community Reports

FoSci SIG Taking R&D to Market Ref Report October 2013 cover

FoSci SIG Forensic Biology 2013 Final cover

FoSci SIG Digital Forensics 2013 Final cover

FoSci SIG Models and Algorithms in Forensics 2013 Final cover

Taking Forensic Science R&D to Market

 - October 2013

Forensic Biology: UK Needs, Capabilities and Opportunities

 - June 2013

Digital Forensics Capability Review

 - June 2013

Models & Algorithms in Forensic Science Recommendations for Innovation

 - June 2013

Fingerprinting the UK Landscape Cover

 

                                                                                                           

Fingerprinting - the UK Landscape

 - April 2015

  Phenotyping - Making the technology operational

Fire and Explosives Investigation 2015

 

 

 

 

 


CPS's Core Foundation Principles

 

Crown Prosecution Service's must read guidance for all forensic science providers and innovators: Core Foundation Principles for Forensic Science Providers

 

 

 

   

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A little about the FoSci SIG

Given the interdisciplinary nature and societal importance of forensic science, the FoSci SIG was set up with the primary purpose of enabling closer networking and better communication between all forensic science stakeholders for improved R&D.

New Forensic Research Repository

The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences, in collaboration with HEA, Staffordshire University and Jorum, has created an online repository of undergraduate and post graduate research.
 
The repository takes the form of a searchable database hosted on Jorum's site. The database is open access and Higher Education Institutions can register with Jorum, at no cost, to upload appropriate theses to the database.
 
The database aims to make the outcomes of student research projects accessible to caseworkers and forensic science providers, as well as those involved in longer R&D projects.
 

Upcoming events

Thu 30 Jun 2016

EU IAI Webinar - Forensic Face Comparison

13:00 until 16:00

The next webinar in the EU IAI series is free for all and covers 'Forensic Face Comparison...

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Thu 30 Jun 2016

Forensic Science and Policy: How do we bridge the gap?

18:00 until 22:00

UCL Centre for the Forensic Sciences is welcoming a top line up of speakers and hosting a panel...

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Tue 12 Jul 2016

International Crime Science Conference

All Day

This year the 10th International Crime Science Conference will take place on 12th July 2016 at...

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Thu 14 Jul 2016

ESRC Seminar Series - Seminar 3

Jul 14 / 12:00 until Jul 15 / 14:00

The third seminar in the 'Genetics, technology, security and justice. Crossing, contesting and...

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