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forensic science

[fə′ren·sik ′sī·əns]
(forensic science)
The recognition, collection, identification, individualization, and interpretation of physical evidence, and the application of science and medicine for criminal and civil law, or regulatory purposes.
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If I could be a forensic detective I would," she added.
Known as the CSI effect, this change has not only raised expectations for real life forensic detectives but also for the actors and production team behind Silent Witness, to get things exactly right.
A professor of communication/media studies, Levinson has written scholarly articles in his field and he has integrated this information skillfully into this, his second SF/police procedural thriller starring forensic detective Phil D'Amato.
Oxygen Forensics, the worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices, announced today the general availability of Oxygen Forensic Detective, an all-in-one mobile forensic product that gives customers comprehensive data extraction and data analysis for mobile devices and cloud storage.
MELINA KANAKAREDES Quote: "When a woman plays the role of a forensic detective and that year the enrolment for young women in sciences and forensics goes up more than 50%, then I know that I've done something really cool.
The Broken Window is Jeffrey Deaver's 23rd novel and his eighth chronicling the exploits of quadriplegic forensic detective Lincoln Rhyme.
99) American bestseller Patricia Cornwell abandons her famous forensic detective heroine Dr Kay Scarpetta and her sidekick policeman Pete Marino, for a new pair of lead characters: the politically-ambitious District Attorney Monique Lamont and state policeman Winston ('Win') Garano.
IMAGINE Cracker with proper police powers and that's veteran lawman Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman), a forensic detective who can do double duty as a shrink.
Collector'' is another serial-killer story, the twist being that Washington's character - forensic detective Lincoln Rhyme - is a quadriplegic.
She said a love of forensic detective series CSI and her time as a cadet had sparked an interest in forensic science as a career.