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NFSTC wins Graphic Design USA award

NFSTC recently won a prestigious award from Graphic Design USA in their annual American Inhouse Design Award competition for design of the website, www.ForensicScienceSimplified.org. These coveted awards are granted to outstanding work by inhouse designers. Becky Carter, Graphic Designer of NFSTC who was recognized with this award, consistently develops eye-catching, innovative designs. ForensicScienceSimplified.org is meant for non-scientists, and the design echoes that simple feel, using fun, pixilated icons and a simple, consistent navigation.

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National Forensic Science Week 2013 recap

The inaugural National Forensic Science Week celebration, held Aug, 11-17, celebrated the great work forensic scientists do to help solve crimes and keep the public safe. It also presented an excellent opportunity to inform communities about what really happens inside their local forensic laboratory.

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ROTC cadets finish Forensics and Biometrics Internship

Congratulations to the 2013 class of Army ROTC cadets for completing the rigorous, two-week Forensics and Biometrics Internship at NFSTC. The internship featured hands-on exercises using real-world battlefield scenarios.

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NFSTC welcomes new board members

NFSTC’s member organizations elected three new members to the organization’s board of directors at the annual members meeting in May. Joining the board for three-year terms are John M. Allison, Jarrett Kolthoff and Kathleen M. Dennehy.

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Digital download for all modules now available

ForensicScienceSimplified.org now includes e-reader and PDF files for download to your computer or mobile device. Download the entire series or just the topics you need. With downloadable files, the content can be accessed from anywhere, anytime – even offline.