Marciano joins a group of crime experts to ensure that forensic work within state and local crime laboratories is conducted accurately.
Maria Bugge, Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute 2017 Alumn, contributing to peace in the world working as a firearms and toolmark examiner for the Department of Defense, in the US Army Criminal Investigation Command.
Kathleen Corrado will lead Syracuse University’s Forensic and National Security Science Institute as field embraces large-scale data analytics.
Join Professor Marciano and Alumnus Victoria Williamson for their webinar - An Automated Single Cell Separation Technique to Improve Mixture Deconvolution - Thursday, November 12th, 2020
Digital and computational forensics are transforming crime scene investigations, as experts collaborate across disciplines to provide skills for high-demand careers.
Kate Corbett Pollack is also organizing a Disability Day of Mourning at SU on March 2.
Forensics and National Security Sciences Institute Develops DNA Tool
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