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NFSTC earns honors in Ultimate Management Team awards

The National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) executive team was recognized by the Tampa Bay Business Journal as one of the area’s top management teams. CEO Kevin Lothridge, COO David Epstein and Chief Projects Officer David Sylvester accepted the award at the Journal’s event in early December. NFSTC took the 5th spot in a field of 20 finalists. The current management team has worked together since 2003 and has led the organization to new success levels over the past three years.

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NFSTC puts PHAZIR™ through its paces

TECH-EVAL Near-infrared spectroscopy is currently utilized in a variety of industries including pharmaceutical manufacturing, agriculture, environmental monitoring and petrochemical production. But is it the right technology for rapidly identifying materials such as controlled substances and explosives? NFSTC recently evaluated the Polychromix PHAZIR™ analyzer to find out.

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Looking for blood spatter animation?

NFSTC blood spatter animationNFSTC has created materials and images that are available for use for education and training, media stories, publications and other uses. Browse our online gallery for still images, video and animation, including our most popular blood spatter animation.

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NFSTC recognized for contributions to forensic science

The National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) was presented with the August Vollmer Excellence in Forensic Science Award for contributions to forensic science by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).

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Forensic DNA Training Now Available Online in Spanish

The National Institute of Justice’s Principles of Forensic DNA for Officers of the Court training is now available online in Spanish at no charge. This interactive training tool is designed to assist prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges to understand the processes involved in DNA analysis and the potential effect it may have in cases in which forensic DNA is an issue.