ANZFSS 24th International Symposium in Perth 2018
The ANZFSS 24th International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences will be held in Perth, Western Australia from 9-13 September 2018. The theme of the Symposium is “Forensic Science Without Borders” and will bring together experts from a range of science disciplines and jurisdictions. The Symposium will provide participants with an invaluable opportunity to share knowledge, develop ideas and network with colleagues from around the globe. All details can be found at http://www.anzfss2018.com/
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10th ISABS Conference Dubrovnik June 2017
The Tenth International Society for Applied Biological Sciences (ISABS) Conference on Forensic and Anthropologic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Lectures in Individualized Medicine, will be held in Dubrovnik, Croatia, June 19-24, 2017. This jubilee event commemorates the twentieth anniversary of our conference series. The idea for the conference was conceived out of necessity to bring to Croatia and broader region insights into the rapidly developing genetic techniques to forensic and clinical applications.
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SWFS 2017 - Edinburgh, Scotland
The Society for Wildlife Forensic Science is pleased to announce the 2017 meeting, to be held in the historic city of Edinburgh, capital of Scotland, 5-9th June 2017. The conference will be held at Edinburgh University's John McIntyre Conference Centre. The programme combines workshops, presentations, discussions and social events designed to allow wildlife forensic practitioners and students to meet each other and communicate with the broader law enforcement community.
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New courses in forensic statistics and DNA evidence interpretation at the University of Lausanne
Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS)
in Statistics and the Evaluation of Forensic Evidence
Essentials of DNA Interpretation - short course
Essentials of Bayesian Networks - short course
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Seminar series on genetics, technology, security and justice at Northumbria University 2015-2017
A team of six social scientists from Northumbria, Newcastle and Durham Universities have been awarded a prestigious ESRC Research Seminars grant to run a series of six events between 2015 and 2017 on genetics at the interface of security, justice and health.
- Seminar 1 - Genetics and crime. Contested boundaries, benefits and risks
- Seminar 2 - Comparing stakeholder discourses about genetic technologies
- Seminar 3 - Comparing criminal investigations & DVI across European borders
- Seminar 4 - Comparing forensic and medical genetic technologies
- Seminar 5 - Genetics, citizenship and social identities
- Seminar 6 - National building and forensic science
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