Forensic science experts at Flinders University are refining an innovative counter-terrorism technique that checks for environmental DNA in the dust on clothing, baggage, shoes or even […]
The tiniest amount of DNA is being accurately analysed to identify the origins of old ivory. This clever new technique has the potential to thwart international […]
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 […]
Flinders University researchers will help ‘nail’ new methods of catching criminals – and to capture the untold benefits of the arts and culture – after securing […]
Professor Adrian Linacre, chair in Forensic DNA Technology at Flinders, has become national president of the Australian New Zealand Forensic Science Society.
Marking a major milestone, Flinders University has officially cracked one million readers on The Conversation.
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.
A laboratory dedicated to forensic DNA research to be opened at Flinders today will increase South Australia’s capacity in research and postgraduate education in forensic science.