The 1971 South Dakota incident of two missing teenage girls is set to be solved. A report on forensic test carried out on human remains found in a car will be released on Tuesday.
Apr 15 2014, 5:01pm CDT
Source: Regina Leader-Post
New forensic imaging techniques are being used to solve the mystery of the final resting place of Amelia Earhart, whose plane vanished over the Pacific as she tried to become the first ...
Full article at: Regina Leader-Post
6 days ago, 8:22am CDT
Forensic experts were able to identify six victims of the Caravan of Death carnage.
Jan 31 2014, 10:17pm CST
LONDON (AP) — Law enforcement agencies across the globe are taking a page out of the cybercriminal handbook, using targets' own phones and computers to spy on them with methods traditionally associated with the world's most malicious hackers, two computer security groups said Tuesday.
Drawing on a ...
Full article at: Mail.com
Jun 24 2014, 11:06am CDT
Researchers at UC Davis and other facilities have shown that telehealth consultations for clinicians at rural hospitals improve their ability to provide forensic examinatio ...
Full article at: News-Medical.net
Jun 11 2014, 12:05am CDT
German scientists at Uni Erlangen present a solution to hack locked and encrypted Android phones with cooling the memory. FROST stands for Forensic Recovery Of Scrambled Telephones.
Feb 18 2013, 1:56am CST
Source: Business Day
Lodox’s state-of-the-art radiography systems will be introduced in Gauteng hospitals and forensic pathology units within this financial y ...
Full article at: Business Day
May 29 2014, 2:18pm CDT
Source: TV Tonight
Bones returns to Seven with new episodes from this Thursday (the night that keeps changing schedules).
“The Repo Man in the Septic Tank” is back at 9:00pm Thursday. This episode aired in the US in March.
A repo man’s remains are found in a septic tank, and the Jeffersonian team must work together to figure out who the killer is. When the team discovers that the victim had a troubled past, some key witnesses from his earli ...
Full article at: TV Tonight
May 18 2014, 1:44pm CDT
Roland Piquepaille at Primidi reports about a new fast human anatomy software from Canadian company HumanCore.
Jan 5 2006, 7:40am EST