Forensic Science 2004
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This workshop emphasizes the methods of observing, gathering and analyzing physical evidence to solve mysteries. Forensic science is a significant part of solving crimes and maintaining justice. While there are hundreds of methods currently used in forensic laboratories, advances in science and technology will change the ways in which we are able to interpret physical evidence. This course will focus on the use of computers and computational science as sources of useful information in forensic analysis. Structured hands-on activities and small group projects make this workshop more than just another classroom experience.