Application of science to the enforcement of the law, in particular assimilation of evidence from the scene of crime.
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- Forensic Science Resources Links maintained by Tennessee Criminal Law Defense library.
- Wagne, E.J. List of programs on criminal history, folklore of crime, forensic science, with details of next public address by crime-historian and storyteller at the Museum of Long Island Natural Sciences at Stony Brook, New York.
- Forensic Geology The use of geology and soil science in criminal and civil matters. The science is described and references are provided along with the author's personal and contact information in Missoula, MT.
- Reddy's Forensic Home Page Links relating to ballistics, gunprints, wound analysis, software, chemistry, narcotics and other subdisciplines, organizations and agencies from New York City.
- Lee, Dr. Henry Overview of the topic from founder and professor of the Forensic Science Program at the University of New Haven, editor of academic journals, article and book author, and Chief Emeritus of the Connecticut State Police.
- Wikipedia: Forensic Science Online encyclopedia article describing the history and linking sub-divisions of forensics.
- Zeno's Forensic Page Extensive listing of links to forensic science, including medicine and psychology. Active message board and index of links to other sites, available in other languages from Den Haag, Netherlands.
- Forensics Research at the Macaulay Institute Networks and conferences for work on soil forensics, and the application of databases and 3D tools to criminal and environmental forensic investigations in the UK.
- Iris Recognition Information, resources, databases and links about the human iris as a biometric trait, including identification.
- The Forensics Library Comprehensive directory of sub-disciplines information, mainly from the USA, with link to tweets.
Introduction to research in computer vision, neuroscience, and recignisiing patterns, by John Daugman, Cambridge University, UK.
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