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   Using proteomics to determine how long a corpse has been underwaterUsing proteomics to determine how long a corpse has been underwater
 
In this interview, AZoLifeSciences speaks to Dr. Noemi Procopio about her latest research which involved using bone proteomics to determine the length of time a corpse had been left underwater.
 
   Using mass spectrometry to determine the sex of fingermarksUsing mass spectrometry to determine the sex of fingermarks
 
In this interview, AZoLifeSciences speaks to Prof. Simona Francese about her latest research into fingermarks and how, by using MALDI-MS, you can accurately determine their sex.
 
 Forensic Applications of Fluorescent Microscopy
 
Forensic Applications of Fluorescent MicroscopyThe integration of fluorescent labeling with advanced microscopy techniques has enhanced forensic science investigations and research.
 
 
 Chromatography and Forensics
 
Chromatography and ForensicsChromatography methods like gas chromatography are a well-established, powerful suite of methodologies in forensic science.
 
 
 Within A Hair's Breadth--Forensic Identification Of Single Dyed Hair Strand Now Possible
 
Within A Hair's Breadth--Forensic Identification Of Single Dyed Hair Strand Now PossibleIn crime scene investigations, a single strand of hair can make a huge difference in the evolution of a case or trial.