'Forensics: the anatomy of crime’ explores the history, science and art of forensic medicine. It travels from crime scene to courtroom, across centuries and continents, exploring the specialisms of those involved in the delicate processes of collecting, analysing and presenting medical evidence. It draws out the stories of victims, suspects and investigators of violent crimes, and our enduring cultural fascination with death and detection.
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An excellent video produced by DELL, exploring the role and value of mobile digital forensics to law enforcement and evidence analysts
Liverpool John Moores University have been throwing open their doors to the public to showcase the research being carried out in the city. It’s the first such research day the university’s ever run and is demonstrating ground-breaking research in many fields
This video shows the initial examination of the trauma to the skeletal remains of Richard III by Professor Guy Rutty of the East Midlands Forensic Pathology Unit together with Dr Jo Appleby of the School of Archaeology and Ancient History. Following the identification of a major sharp force trauma to the base of the skull, which was probably inflicted by a sword or the top spike of a bill or halberd, the researchers were interested to determine the angle of the blow.