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The stories hidden in your bones: How a forensic anthropologist would identify your body
The stories hidden in your bones: How a forensic anthropologist would identify your body
Following on her podcast, Forensic anthropologist Prof Dame Sue Black talks to Amy Barrett from Science Focus
Simulating dead bodies could help calculate an accurate time of death
Simulating dead bodies could help calculate an accurate time of death
One of the main goals of a forensic scientist is to determine the time and cause of death. What if technology can assist them with more accurate findings? Source: New Scientist, Published 22 October 2020
The future of Digital Pathology
The future of Digital Pathology
Digital Pathology, a step towards the future? If this indeed true, why are Pathologists then still resisting the use of the new technology available? Source: The Pathologist, Published 22 October 2020
The Slow, Troubling Death of the Autopsy
The Slow, Troubling Death of the Autopsy
A decline in autopsies being carried out in US Hospitals, would seem counter-intuitive, given the current pandemic sweeping the country. Source: Elemental, Published 22 September 2020
The science of scent- how cadaver dogs detect human remains
The science of scent- how cadaver dogs detect human remains
The dogs are incredible, they are able to detect remains in all stages of decomposition and are also able to distinguish between human and animal remains. Source: Storm Team 2 - A Moment of Science, Published 12 October 2020
Humans are evolving an extra artery in the arm
Humans are evolving an extra artery in the arm
It sounds like a line from a Sci-Fi movie, humans are evolving an extra artery in the arm. A study has however found this statement to be a fact and they are contributing the additional artery to the faster rate humans are evolving than for instance a 100 years ago. Source: BBC Science Focus Magazine, Published 9 October 2020
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