See our new book at the upcoming #AAFS2017 meeting exhibit hall at the Academic Press/Elsevier booth. Ask for Liz to get the meeting discount.
A respected under and graduate forensic science program in the UK has introduced copies of our Academic Press/Elsevier text into its reference library and student discussions. Greatly appreciated! Here’s the notice for their students’ new semester.
Your article of the week
Only published recently is the text:
Forensic Science Reform (Protecting the Innocent)
The work is written by friends in the US and already I’ve arranged for us to have copies in our library, so please take a look if you get chance. This will add so much vital context and understanding of professional practice to your studies. I’m sure the authors will not mind me sharing with you a few pages from this book and hopefully this will whet your appetite to get the book from the library. We’ve been studying quite a lot on issues of bias, uniqueness, and pattern evidence. Likewise, I know that many of you are beginning…
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