Whodunnit? Fascinating Forensics
From crime scene to court room and all the evidence in between. Join Chris Smith and Ginny Smith at our reconstructed crime scene to find out how science is used to help solve a forensic investigation, including dissecting pig organs, testing for drugs, planting false memories into our audiences' brains and trying out the world's first lie detector suit...
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Everything at a crime scene could potentially be a piece of
do crime scene officers prevent contamination?
Forensic pathologists are tasked with determining how someone has died.
How do they go about getting this information from the body?
Testing for drugs and toxins in the body is vital to a solving whole host of
Our memories are not like a video recorder, they are often unreliable and
easily influenced. How does this affect an criminal investigation?
Benford's law states that many sets of numbers are not randomly
distributed. This phenomenon is used to catch people fiddling their accounts
Scientists are using motion capture technology usually more at home on a
Hollywood movie set to distinguish between truth tellers and liars