LABORATORY NEWS
Forensic GC-MS Workshop

The University of West Virginia will hold a three day training workshop on Forensic GC-MS July 15-17. This NIJ-funded, hands-on workshop will allow participants to improve their ability to carry out and interpret mass spectrometric analyses as well as solve common problems with instrumentation.

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Detecting Ignitable Liquids

A research group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has demonstrated a new method for detecting ignitable liquids that could change the way arson fires are investigated. The new process for analyzing debris for traces of fire accelerants is faster and more accurate than conventional methods and produces less waste.

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Get Ahead with Summer Courses in Forensics

West Virginia University has announced several upcoming courses as part of its Forensic Science Initiative. These courses allow forensic professionals to develop their skills on a variety of topics including, paint evidence, blood presumptive testing and fiber identification. Each course takes place at the Morgantown, WV campus and culminates in a certificate of completion.

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Strong Response to Call for OSAC Applications

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has received more than 1300 applications for new committees and subcommittees it is establishing to help strengthen forensic science.

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Submit Your Forensic Tips

Evidence Technology Magazine needs your forensic tips and tricks! Deadline is May 29.

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Cold Case Class Prepares Students for Future

-Sponsored- Experiential learning – learning while doing – is a cornerstone of a Columbia College education, something extremely important when students go into criminal justice or forensic science. To make sure students are prepared, Columbia College offers a Cold Case Homicide class.

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Item of Interest

The language barrier between English-speaking investigators and Spanish-speaking witnesses is a growing problem. (Updated 28 February 2011)

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