Forensic Science: From Fibers to Fingerprints
Infobase Publishing, 2007 - 206 pagini
The lives of real forensic scientists-scientists who apply their skills to crimes or other legal matters-is just as intriguing as that of their television counterparts. Forensic Science profiles key figures in this newsmaking field, both pioneers and today's top forensics experts. Eye-catching, in-text sidebars explore specific aspects of each scientist's work. Each chapter includes a chronology and suggestions for further reading; the book's general bibliography provides students with information on forensics-related organizations and Web resources.
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