Analyses of small traces of natural origin, such as human and animal hair, insects, plants, diatoms, are often critical in establishing a suspect’s presence at a crime scene. To be able to use these results in criminal investigations and trials, the imaging and analysis of such samples require a higher resolution and magnification than provided by light microscopes.
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- Challenges in the Forensic Botany Research
- The reasons why the Phenom SEM was chosen
- How the Phenom SEM changed the practice of forensic diatomology