Forensic Science

Session 1

In session one we analyzed a crime seen. We also drew the crime scene. We looked at the different ways of collecting evidence

Session 2

In session 2 i learned about the fingerprint history. I also used tape to lift a fingerprint. Their was a high school vandalism that we inspected.

Session 3

In seesion 3 we found out the process of fingerprinting. We also reviewed the ways of fingerprinting.

Session 4

In session 4 we finished a extraction of DNA. We also found out the definition of trace evidence. We also reviewed the part of the microscope.

Session 5

In session 5 we collected more evidence from the vandalism at the high school. We also looked at more of the process of analysis.

Session 6

In session 6 we completed another analysis. We also made a theory.

Session 7

In session 7 we took our post test. We also finished and found our suspect in the high school vandalism.

Forensic Science Career Field

The highest pay but you have to be able to handle cutting up dead bodies, 7+ years of college and uncertain work hours. Although there are routine protocols, the ingenious ways people kill people create sufficient variety to combat boredom and provide a problem-solving challenge. The medical examiner usually requires a medical degree. Select a residency that provides a forensic emphasis. A chemistry or biology degree at the undergraduate level is a good major. You have to be able to look at the dead bodies from the crime scene. You also have to be able to analyze what happened to the person.

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