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From Laboratory to Court: Exploring the use of genetic technologies in Crime Investigation. Notes from Dr Georgina Meakin lecture( Centre for Forensic science, University College London).

Our┬áspeaker- Dr. Meakin, started by giving us her background and credetials…. She is a research fellow in Crime and Forensic Science at the UCL JDI Centre for the Forensic Sciences. With a PhD and employment background in molecular genetics, Dr … Continue reading

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Newton’s second law of motion.

Isaac Newton’s laws of motion were first set down in his Principia Mathematica Philosophiae Naturalis in 1687. The first law states that an object will stay at rest or move with a constant velocity, unless it is acted upon by … Continue reading

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