CSI: Abertay - Light Microscopy in Forensics Research
2 Dec 2014

From the laboratory to the courtroom, the possibilities presented with light microscopy facilitate a range of tasks throughout the area of forensic science. This case study outlines how, at Abertay University in Scotland, the forensic science research team has employed the latest Olympus opto-digital light microscopy to advance several research projects. These projects involve the analysis of various types of evidence including fingerprints, illicit drugs and pen marks.

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