Author: Michelle Chernicoff
It’s National Forensic Science Week
For the fifth year in a row, the National Forensic Science Technology Center is celebrating National Forensic Science Week. All this week, we’ll be talking about the essentials for crime scene investigation, from the basics to what’s next in the field. Monday – Crime scene science Tuesday – Chemistry Wednesday […]
It’s a CSI Sale!
If you’ve been thinking about taking one of our online Crime Scene Investigation Courses – now is the time to act. For the month of September, the Introduction and Intermediate courses will be $99 (reg. $129).
A Dozen Cadets Fall In for a Unique Internship Program
For the ninth year, The National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) is hosting ROTC Cadets from across the country for the Biometric and Forensic Internship. The sought after program covers hands-on introductory training from DNA to digital forensics in an intense two-week course, from Monday, July 17 – Friday, July […]
STEM TEC Record Attendance
For the eighth year, NFSTC hosted students from the Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay STEM TEC program. This year, 44 students were selected to attend the event – a record number. Five stations were set up covering bio-screening, alternate light source, latent prints, digital forensics, and a CSI: Rocks station. […]
Celebrating 40 years of ASCLD Success
Hard to believe an idea between 30 crime lab directors in December 1973 would flourish into the international network of professional and academic colleagues the American Society of Crime Lab Directors (ASCLD) is known as today. At this year’s annual ASCLD symposium in Dallas a very special booth in the […]