2016 National Institute of Justice Forensic Science Research and Development Symposium

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Success Story: Creating an International Databank of Skeletal Biomarkers for Human Identification

NIJ and University of South Florida Report Date September 2016 Impact “Forensic anthropology today is largely about applying methods and theory from studies in human variation to aid in the identification of human remains. The key is to find an…
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Success Story: Understanding the Ecology of Human Decomposition Methods for Estimating Postmortem Interval

NIJ and the National Museum of Health and Medicine Report Date April 2015 Impact “In life and death the body is its own ecosystem.” – Franklin Damann, PhD National Museum of Health and Medicine Click here to read the full…