A person can leave DNA on a surface without directly touching it, a Flinders University study has found, with the longer someone spends in a room […]
Modern DNA forensic science is capable of analysing microscopic genetic traces inadvertently left at crime scenes. In fact, a single tap of a finger on items […]
For almost a century, the people of the Kutjungka region of WA have passed on the testimony of massacres of their ancestors at Sturt Creek. Now […]
Three Flinders research papers have been recognised by awards from the National Institute of Forensic Science. The Institute, which is the peak body for forensic science in […]
A high resolution paternity test to help combat the illegal carpet python trade is being developed by Flinders University wildlife forensic DNA specialist Sherryn Ciavaglia.
They’re smaller than the eye can see, as fast as a speeding bullet, and may hold the key to some of Australia’s deadliest puzzles.
Flinders-led research into techniques to isolate DNA in illicit drugs and to speed up the identification of disaster victims has been recognised.
High-tech analysis equipment donated by the State Government will make education and training for forensic science students at Flinders University even more authentic.
Flinders University’s contribution to solving crime in South Australia and beyond has been further strengthened with SA Government funding for an expanded forensic science program. Flinders […]