Forensic Sciences

Forensic science is a key component of criminal investigation and civil law worldwide. This broad-based field ranges over topics as varied as DNA typing, osteology, neuropathology, psychology, crime scene photography, ballistics, criminal profiling, and more. Elsevier provides forensics publications that cover all these topics, written by top authorities, to students, professors, researchers, and professionals.

Forensic Sciences

Tooth Be Told: Millions of Years of Evolutionary History Mark Those Molars

“Show me your teeth and I’ll tell you who you are.” These words, attributed to 19th-century naturalist George... Read more

Forensic Sciences

What Can DNA Tell Us About Crime?

As DNA profiling becomes increasingly sensitive and is used in more investigations, it is essential that public understanding... Read more

Forensic Sciences

Crime Scene Photography, 3rd Edition Wins PROSE Award

The annual PROSE Awards recognize the very best in professional and scholarly publishing. The 41st PROSE Awards ceremony... Read more

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New US Case Law on Causal Methodology

Injury causation is a poorly understood topic, and one for which no standard instruction exists in medical school... Read more

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How Forensic Science Can Unlock the Mysteries of Human Evolution

People are fascinated by the use of forensic science to solve crimes. Any science can be forensic when... Read more

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Identification of Criminals Based on Bacteria and Skin Chemicals

Everything we touch and consume leaves traces on our skin and in our body. The food we eat,... Read more

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Testing of Backlogged Rape Evidence Leads to Hundreds of Convictions

Hundreds of thousands of untested rape kits, also known as sexual assault kits (SAKs), languish in evidence storage... Read more

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Lost Opportunities with Latent Prints

All too often important and possibly critical evidence is left behind or unnecessarily contaminated at the scene of... Read more

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