Forensic Science Experts for Court
Call head office 01782 394929
London Office 0207 118 9001
Freephone 0800 999 7 666

Nicola Bulley: Preservation of Forensic Evidence – Not a New Problem

Written by: Alan Baker 10th February, 2023

There has been much speculation about what might have happened to Nicola Bulley on the 27th January 2023. The investigation represents a mix of traditional forensic science with more modern areas involving mobile phone evidence. However, a factor which will have caused problems for Lancashire Police is an outdoor crime scene, if that’s what the…

Inconsistent Consent

Written by: Alan Baker 3rd February, 2023

The significance of alcohol in a complainant’s blood sample is a frequent consideration in cases of sexual assault. Studies in the US have shown that this type of case is more likely to be dropped prior to trial and are less likely to be investigated or prosecuted when the victim used alcohol or drugs. In…

RSS All Top News — ScienceDaily

  • 'Dolomite Problem': 200-year-old geology mystery resolved
    For 200 years, scientists have failed to grow a common mineral in the laboratory under the conditions believed to have formed it naturally. Now, researchers have finally pulled it off, thanks to a new theory developed from atomic simulations. Their success resolves a long-standing geology mystery called the 'Dolomite Problem.' Dolomite -- a key mineral […]
[sharethis]Share this page