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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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On the occasion,Vice-Chancellor University of the Gambia Prof.Dr Faqir Muhammad Anjum, Director General Punjab Forensics Science Agency Dr Ashraf Tahir, President (PSFST) Prof Dr Masood Sadiq Butt, Chief of Nutrition/SUN Focal Person Aslam Shaheen while other representatives from dairy and food industries, media industry, researchers and professionals from public and private sectors, UVAS faculty members were present.
In this meeting Vice-Chancellor University of the Gambia Prof Dr Faqir Muhammad Anjum, Director General Punjab Forensics Science Agency Dr Ashraf Tahir, President (PSFST) Prof Dr Masood Sadiq Butt, Chief of Nutrition/SUN Focal Person Aslam Shaheen while other representatives from dairy and food industries, media industry, researchers and professionals from public and private sectors, UVAS faculty members were present.
Moreover, during the first Wildlife Law Enforcement Summit in November 2016, as a way forward for the Philippines on wildlife forensics science, wildlife law enforcement officers must undergo training, hence, the 'Wildlife Forensics and Criminal Investigation Training' design was developed for the purpose.
The district has seen a significant uptick in seniors seeking careers in computer science, informational technology, cybersecurity and forensics science.
Ashley Hall, a forensics science expert at the University of Illinois in Chicago.
The ones that are really good in forensics science...they are few, and you would need to get the services of these people," Fadullon says.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) police had sent evidences collected from the crime scene to the Punjab Forensics Science Agency (PFSA) which, on February 6, confirmed that the DNA sample of one of the accused matched with the sample collected from the site.
Dr Tully, the Forensics Science Regulator, said: "We cannot continue on this path."
The Forensics Science Regulator, Dr Gillian Tully, flagged up the potential for wrongful convictions or evidence being missed as she raised the alarm over ongoing financial reductions.
Dr Fuad Tarbah, senior forensic toxicologist and director of Training, Research and Development Department at Dubai Police's Forensics Science and Criminology Department, said the candy contained a substance called miraculin, extracted from a fruit called 'miracle fruit'.
This first iteration was attended by 26 military police officers from across CID, from the rank of lieutenant to major, and three civilian employees from the Defense Forensics Science Center (DFSC).