Researchers have developed a new chip device that offers superior forensic blood residue detection compared to current methods such as the use of luminol.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific unveil their new Samco clicktainer vials for enhanced sample protection and user safety
Thermo Fisher Scientific (MA, USA) have developed a new series of quality assured leak-proof vials that offer enhanced sample protection and user safety.
Thermo Fisher Scientific unveil their new Sterilin containers for molecular biology, genomic and forensic applications
Thermo Scientific have developed new quality assured containers for applications in molecular biology, genomic and forensic research facilities.
Bioanalysis Zone has a look at what bioanalytical conferences are coming up over the next three months, including: ISPPP, Reid, BMSS and APA.
Infrared laser ablation, vacuum capture and mass spectrometry utilized for the analysis of fingermarks
Researchers from the Louisiana State University Department of Chemistry (LA, USA) have developed an infrared laser ablation coupled to a vacuum capture system that could be used in the identification of chemical compositions of fingermarks at crime scenes.
Scientists from the University at Albany (NY, USA) have published their findings on a method that could accurately predict the age of bloodstains at crime scenes for up to 2 years.
Forensic scientists have validated a new technique to establish the origin of biological stains utilizing quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry.
We introduce the nominees for this year’s New Investigator Award. Here we feature Michele Protti.
A new test strip for the easy and cost-effective detection of pathogens is being developed at Fraunhofer Institute (Germany).