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The JDI Centre for the Forensic Sciences hosts a popular research seminar series during term time for students and staff at UCL. We are happy to welcome external guests, but we do ask that you contact us to find out if there is space at the venue. We advertise these seminars on this page, via our newsfeed, and in the CFS Bulletin as well as directly via email.
Academics and students at the Centre also present their research at conferences organised by the Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science, and at external conferences. For updates on external conferences, do check our newsfeed and our Twitter feed regularly, and check the latest issue of the CFS Bulletin.
Forensic DNA typing in the courtroom: past, present and future considerations
29 October 2014, UCL
AMICUS (Assisting Lawyers for Justice on Death Row)
We are pleased to host a talk by Dr Randell Libby and Susanna Herrero, organised by AMICUS. It is free to attend for all UCL staff and students. Please contact us if you would like to attend. You can also download a poster with details of the event.
Forensic Geoscience: Future Horizons
3 December 2014, Geological Society, London
Dr Ruth Morgan is convening the next meeting of the Forensic Geoscience Group at The Geological Society. It will be a whole day conference with sessions on macro and micro techniques, geoforensic applications in serious crime investigations, and interpretation of geological forensic evidence, among others. To find out more and register for your place please visit The Geological Society website.
For previous seminars and other events hosted by the Centre, see the links below.
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