Mark Obrien

CSI Reality: Chemistry in the Crime Labs

Discussion created by Mark Obrien on Mar 10, 2011
Latest reply on May 17, 2011 by Raychelle Burks

What do a mysterious white powder, a blood smear, and a moldy ham sandwich have in common? To the average person, probably not much, but to a forensic chemist, these items might tell quite a bit about what happened when, where, and why. Despite the mystical cachet of popular TV shows, forensic chemists usually need to be well-versed in the widest possible array of analytical technologies, and must be able to quickly adapt proven methods to new types of samples.   Learn more during the CSI Reality: Chemistry in the Crime Labs webinar:



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