Archive for Month: December 2011
Rapid Biological Screening Workshop presentations now available online
In October, the National Institute of Justice, in conjunction with the National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC), sponsored the Rapid Biological Screening Workshop. The event brought together a number of forensic experts to discuss methodologies for dramatically improving throughput of biological samples. Presentations and other materials for this unique workshop are now available free online through NFSTC’s Projects Portal.
NFSTC executives named #3 in Ultimate Management Team awards
NFSTC’s executive team was again recognized by the Tampa Bay Business Journal as one of the area’s top management teams, taking the #3 spot this year in a field of 20 finalists for the Ultimate Management Team awards.
NFSTC welcomes back Latent Print trainees
Fifteen enthusiastic Latent Print Examiner Training participants are returning to NFSTC’s state-of-the-art training facilities in Largo, Florida, next week (Monday, December 5) for the second session of the training program. Throughout the week, they will be learning about Ridgeology Concepts for Friction Ridge Examination; the course is sure to provide many interesting moments.