Peter Griffin posted in Anna Sandiford • CSI Effect • forensic science • forensics on July 5th, 2010.
Anthony Doesburg writes in the New Zealand Herald about the differences between real-world and television-based forensics. Local forensic scientist Anna Sandiford says that while such shows have opened up science for more people, they are often absolutely unrealistic, particularly in terms of the process of forensic science. An excerpt: (read in full here) “That doesn’t […]
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