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Just Science is a podcast for justice professionals and anyone interested in learning more about forensic science, innovative technology, current research, and actionable strategies to improve the criminal justice system. This podcast deals with a range of issues, including leadership in the crime lab, new technologies, sexual assault response, and broader challenges for science and public security. We cover every type of forensic discipline, including DNA, fingerprints, trace evidence, toxi ...
 
These are five podcasts that were broadcast on Lincoln's Siren FM radio during Science Week, 2010. They are part of an undergraduate chemistry course for Forensic Science students. This unit covers all the major areas of chemistry (inorganic, organic and physical) and is directed towards those theoretical and conceptual aspects that are developed subsequently in later stages of the course. Throughout the unit students are encouraged to develop practical skills necessary for all future chemis ...
 
Crime fiction and criminal investigations are equal parts art and science. Creating compelling crime stories that ring true requires attention to character, plot, POV, voice, and so much more as well as an understanding of forensic science and criminal investigative techniques. Join me and let’s explore all things crime, fictional and real.
 
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In episode three of our Perspectives on At-Home Sexual Assault Kits season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Toni Laskey, a professor of pediatrics at the University of Utah School of Medicine and the division chief of the Center for Safe and Healthy Families at Primary Children’s Hospital. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,…
 
In episode two of our Perspectives on At-Home Sexual Assault Kits season, Just Science sat down with Monica Gardner, an advocate, a former rape crisis center team advocate, and a survivor of sexual abuse as a child and as an adult, to discuss at-home sexual assault kits from a survivor's perspective. Monica Gardner knows firsthand that healing isn'…
 
Mei Lin Bissonnette is Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia and Director of the BC Provincial Renal Pathology Laboratory, St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Hayley Pincott is Associate Practitioner in the Oral Pathology and Microbiology department at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Card…
 
In episode one of our Perspectives on At-Home Sexual Assault Kits season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Julie Valentine, a researcher, sexual assault nurse examiner, and the Associate Dean of Brigham Young University’s College of Nursing, to discuss the use of at-home sexual assault kits. As a researcher in sexual assault response reform and a sex…
 
Welcome to episode 20 of Dose Makes the Poison: The Toxcast. In today's episode, I sit down for a chat with forensic toxicologist Dr. Justin Brower. We talk about careers, forensic science, postmortem toxicology, poisons, scopolamine, writing, chili peppers, and I even throw in some tox poetry. Intro and outro music is Psychedelic Mushrooms by T Mo…
 
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, Happy Holidays everyone! Here is the first part of this years Christmas Campfire episode and I have to say a massive thank you to everyone who sent stories in! This year the Campfire episode had overwhelming interest from everyone and there were so many great stories from everyone, it was such an enjoyable experienc…
 
In this special release episode, Just Science sat down with Dr. Jennifer Rineer, a research psychologist and program manager in RTI International’s Center for Policing Research and Investigative Science, and Maureen McGough, Chief of Staff at the Policing Project at NYU Law and the co-founder of the 30x30 Initiative, to discuss efforts to recruit m…
 
Rajendra Singh is Professor of Dermatology and Pathology, Director of Dermatopathology, and Associate Chair of Digital Pathology at Northwell Health, New York, USA. He is also the Founder of PathPresenter Corporation. He can be found on Twitter at @mydermpath and @pathpresenter. Melanie Bois is Consultant in the Division of Anatomic Pathology and A…
 
In episode three of our Firearms Research mini season, Just Science sat down with Mark Pope, Director of the Policing Research Program within the Center for Policing Research & Investigative Science, and Dr. John Hollywood, a senior operations researcher at RAND and the Director of the Center for Quality Policing, to discuss mass shooting attacks. …
 
We'll be previewing issues of the TIAFT Bulletin as they are released each quarter. Special thanks to Jennifer Schumann and Sarah Wille, editors of the TIAFT Bulletin. For more information on the Bulletin, including how to submit content, click here. Contact us at toxpod@tiaft.org Find out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.org The Toxpod is a productio…
 
In episode two of our Firearms Research season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Josh Hendrix, a researcher at RTI International’s Center for Community Safety & Crime Prevention and an expert in school safety and violence prevention, to discuss school safety during an age of mass shootings. Dr. Hendrix has performed in-depth analysis on the efficacy …
 
From the ancient pages of the Old Norse Edda to the interwar pages of American adventure magazines, the depths of our oceans have, in imagination, been host to unspeakable monsters for many hundreds of years. In modern times, the phrase “Here Be Dragons” has been absorbed into popular culture as titles for books, films, TV shows, bands and video ga…
 
Céline Gounder is Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at New York University School of Medicine and Attending Physician at Bellevue Hospital Center, New York, USA. She hosts the podcasts “American Diagnosis” and “Epidemic” and is CEO and Founder of Just Human Productions. She can be found on Twitter at @celinegounder. Michael Shurin is Directo…
 
In episode one of our Firearms Research mini season, Just Science sat down with Nicole Jones, the Director of the Forensic Science Translation and Implementation Program in the Center for Forensic Sciences at RTI International, and John Grassel, a Program Manager for RTI’s Center for Forensic Sciences and co-Director of the Forensic Technology Cent…
 
Michael Desimone is an ASCP-certified pathologists’ assistant at Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, and at Northwell Health, New York, USA. He can be found on Twitter at @diseasehunter. Dennis Strenk is a pathologists’ assistant at Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratories, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. He hosts the podcast “People of…
 
In this special release episode, Just Diversity & Inclusion in Forensic Science, Just Science sat down with Donia Slack, the Director of the Research, Technology, and Evaluation Program in RTI’s Center for Forensic Sciences, and Dale Hart, a Research Forensic Scientist in RTI’s Center for Forensic Sciences, to discuss the importance of diversity an…
 
New York journalism in 1897 was in a pretty technicolor space. Newspapers, so long the grey, stolid, medium of the merchants and businessman, were instead being filled with lurid stories of murder, scandal and drunken debauchery and the public were loving it. As papers fought for readers in the streets, sometimes quite literally, the stories that f…
 
Bobbi Pritt is Professor of Pathology and Director of the Clinical Parasitology Laboratory in Mayo Clinic’s Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Rochester, Minnesota, USA. Elaine Cloutman-Green is Consultant Clinical Scientist in Infection Prevention and Control/Lead Healthcare Scientist at Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Tr…
 
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