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Contents - Forensic Science Communications - January 2009

Contents - Forensic Science Communications - January 2009

January 2009 - Volume 11 - Number 1



Research and Technology Transparent  

Forensic Camera Classification: Verification of Sensor Pattern Noise Approach

Nitin Khanna
Aravind K. Mikkilineni
Edward J. Delp

Standards and Guidelines Transparent  

Y-Chromosome Short Tandem Repeat (Y-STR) Interpretation Guidelines

Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods (SWGDAM)

Expert Reporting Guideline

Scientific Working Group on Materials Analysis (SWGMAT)

Short Communications Transparent  

Meet Senior Scientist Ben Garrett  

Thirty-Seventh Annual Crime Laboratory Development Symposium

Meetings and Conferences Transparent Transparent

To Meetings and Conferences Page

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