Author: Michelle Chernicoff
The FIC is going “Main Street”
The Forensic Innovation Center (FIC) is nominated for a $150,000 Mission Main Street Grant for Small Businesses from Chase Bank. To win the grant, however, the FIC needs your – and your friends’ – help. With at least 250 votes on the FIC entry page by October 17, the Center can […]
National Forensic Science Week Recap
The second annual National Forensic Science Week wrapped up as a hugely successful event with participation by crime laboratories and forensic professionals across America. Official proclamations were made by officials in cities including Largo, FL; Baltimore, MD; Philadelphia, PA; and Miami-Dade, FL, and statewide in Pennsylvania and Indiana to kick off the celebration.
New online course! Intro to Forensic Biology
There’s more to running a successful crime lab than the TV shows would lead you to believe. Real-life crime laboratories require safe and effective practices that are both scientific and administrative in nature. These two concepts go hand-in-hand because if your findings aren’t accurately recorded and analyzed, investigations can be compromised.
NFSTC Celebrates National Forensic Science Week
It’s a week we anticipate all year. No, it’s not Shark Week. It’s even better; it’s National Forensic Science Week! Our team is kicking off the second annual event with photo contests on our Facebook page, a new Forensic Update on our YouTube channel, and even launching a brand new […]
NFSTC seeking Forensic Scientist – Biometrics
We’re looking for a Forensic Scientist specializing in Biometrics with a passion for educating law enforcement and military personnel with the technical skills required in real-life forensic analysis. The Forensic Scientist– Biometrics will administer, coordinate and provide hands-on instruction as a subject matter expert for educational programs in NFSTC exploitation, biometrics and forensics classes.