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In its continuing saga of systemic forensic failures, the FBI promises to join forces with the Innocence Project and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers to uncover criminal convictions.

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Sorry would-be criminals. The old argument: "it wasn't me - it was my identical twin" can no longer be used, thanks to a new DNA profiling technique. http://bit.ly/1Db3uq7
Sorry would-be criminals. The old argument: it wasn't me - it was my identical twin can no longer be used, thanks to a new DNA profiling technique.
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Learn how scientists are using forensic science techniques and elephant DNA to track sources of poaching - and stop them. http://bit.ly/1JnKBRZ 
Learn how scientists are using forensic science techniques and elephant DNA to track sources of poaching - and stop them.
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Prospective criminals: be wary of bacteria. A small pilot study has shown that the germs on personal belongings can help trace a person's whereabouts. http://bit.ly/1CVmd94
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Emma Granqvist, a journal Publisher for Elsevier's plant sciences, explains why publishing negative results is fundamentally important in science.

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Emma Granqvist, a journal Publisher for Elsevier’s plant sciences, explains why publishing negative results is fundamentally important in science.
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Eyewitness testimony can make or break a case. But questions about the overall reliability beg the question: can you truly trust your eyes? http://bit.ly/1OjM6AP
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It is very common for animals from one litter can have different fathers. In human twins, the only way to confirm heteropaternal superfecundation genetic testing. http://bit.ly/1extFLQ 
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Do guardians of knowledge "need a guard" in the the publication world? Judith Stark discusses science retractions and the role of ethics in research. http://bit.ly/1SEVrn7
Do guardians of knowledge need a guard in the the publication world? Judith Stark discusses science retractions and the role of ethics in research.
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Sharing research data is key to making scientific findings reproducible and enabling fellow scientists to build upon these findings. However, there are challenges around ensuring that data is accessible and shareable. http://bit.ly/1CTSH3j 
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In its continuing saga of systemic forensic failures, the FBI promises to join forces with the Innocence Project and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers to uncover criminal convictions.

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The outcome of science research benefits us all, but knowledge doesn't come cheap. Learn how government crowdfunding can help foot the bill. http://bit.ly/1TDeUXH

The outcome of science research benefits us all, but knowledge doesn't come cheap. Learn how government crowdfunding can help foot the bill.
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Forensic science is a key component of criminal investigation and civil law worldwide. This broad-based field ranges over topics as varied as DNA typing, osteology, neuropathology, psychology, crime scene photography, ballistics, criminal profiling, and more. Elsevier provides forensics publications that cover all these topics, written by top authorities, to students, professors, researchers, and professionals.