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International Crime Science Conference

14 May 2007

Professor Lord Robert Winston will be among a host of eminent speakers at a conference at the British Library on 16-17 July 2007 to showcase the latest techniques and technologies in the fight against crime.

The conference, organised by the UCL Centre for Security and Crime Science, will see presentations from leading experts in forensic science, biometrics, surveillance, emerging technologies and counter-terrorism, including:

•    Professor Steven Bains of the Human Genetics Commission
•    Dr Peter Ryan, Chief Security Advisor for the 2008 Beijing Olympics
•    Dr Starnes-Walker, Director of Research, US Department of Homeland Security
•    Ken Brigden, Director of the Ministry of Defence Counter Terrorism Science and Technology Centre
•    Professor Chris Lowe, Director of the Institute of Biotechnology
•    Peter Neyroud of the National Police Improvement Agency
•    Andy Clancy, Metropolitan Police
•    Brian Howat and Andy Trotter, British Transport Police
•    Nick Ross, BBC journalist and Chair of the Board of the UCL Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science.

Delegates can save over 40% of the conference fee through an early bird discount. Until 1 June the total cost of the two-day conference is £285. Discounted rates are also available for students.

To book a place or view the full programme, visit the conference website.

For further information, contact Mr Vaseem Khan on +44 (0)20 7679 0821.