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COST Action MULTI-modal Imaging of FOREnsic SciEnce Evidence (MULTI-FORESEE) - tools for Forensic Science

The theme of the conference was " Forensic Imaging Techniques - an exploration of their potential as standalone tools and within a multimodal approach".


Rob Bradshaw at Nottingham Trent University

Lecturer Dr Rob Bradshaw was invited to speak at the Chemistry and Forensic Science Colloquium on 22nd March 2017 at Nottingham Trent University

Tom Bassindale

'Before Sheffield Hallam I worked as a forensic toxicologist in both London and New Zealand. I worked as a toxicology reporting officer, supplying forensic science to the police and going to court to explain the results when required.'

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Rosalind Wolstenholme

Rosalind has been at Sheffield Hallam since 2008 teaching forensic science on undergraduate and postgraduate modules.


C3RI Research Seminar - 'Dr Thorndyke Intervenes', Fictional detectives and the making of forensic science with Professor Alison Adam

Several commentators have noted the influence of Sherlock Holmes' 'scientific detection' on the development of a scientific approach towards detection in the early years of the twentieth century

Engineering Expert Witness Services

The range of skills and expertise available makes MERI an excellent place to start a search for expert witness services. We have delivered for clients requiring services in forensic science and engineering across a range of technical subjects.

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EU COST Action Grant for Dr Simona Francese

Dr Simona Francese has been awarded an EU COST Action Grant of £116K for this year, and for 4 years in total

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Thomas Bassindale

Staff profile for Dr Thomas Bassindale, Senior Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University


CSI: Bradford

CSI: Bradford was held on Thursday, 10th September 2015 at the National Media Museum in Bradford


Inaugural professorial lecture by Simona Francese

Simona Francese’s lecture will take you on a roller coaster journey discussing how the pioneering development of a particular type of mass spectrometry technique is revolutionising the way to look at fingerprints as not just a physical trace but as a chemical source of personal information about their owners. Lifestyle, actions prior to or whilst committing the crime, medications, sex, pathologies are all intelligence contributing to a new way of informing criminal profiling - no longer based on behavioural science but on the tales of the molecules present in fingerprints.


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