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Forensic Science Lecture

"What happened ?" "Who did it ?" "What is the key evidence?" These are three of the key questions addressed by forensic science. This talk will give an outline of some of the major types of scientific detective work which can be undertaken, from tracking down a killer using DNA techniques, to using evidence from tiny fibres to link an offender to his crime.
Free admission.
The lecture will be suitable for A-level students.
N.B. No tickets - so come early to get a good seat. Doors open at 18:30.
Please check www.soci.org for the latest news on this and other SCI events.


Dr Carolyn Morton | talks | www


Date and Time:

5 December 2005 at 7:00 pm


1 hour



Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
Lensfield Road
01223 336300
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Organised by:

Society of Chemical Industry (Cambridge & Great Eastern Section)
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