Read official autopsy reports on the famous and infamous. You'll need to browse, as search tools direct you off site to paid services.
Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine (GVRL, 2011)
This comprehensive, multi-volume ebook is available to MG students.
Gunshot Wounds: A Summary (Ann H. Ross)
Interactive Autopsy (Austrailian Museum)
Interactive Body (BBC)
Visible Proofs: Forensic Views of the Body (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
Forensic Approximation Frasier
Facial Recognition Gets Better and New Uses Emerge (GOVTECH Works)
The Facial Reference Catalog (forensicartist.com) provides useful targeted news search on topics related to forensic art. Site navigation at the bottom of the page guide readers to information on specific techniques and questions.
Stonehenge Man: Not Just a Pretty Face (New Scientist)
Virtual Facial Reconstruction (University of Wyoming)
Collecting Evidence from the Earth (Raymond C. Murray PhD, Forensic Geologist)
Could Detectives Use Microbes To Solve Murders? (NPR, All Things Considered)
Fiber Analysis Experiment (Wonderville)
Forensic Geologists Uncover Evidence in Soil and Water (Robert A. Hayes, CPG)
Leave No Trace: In the Forensics Lab (Video, BBC Worldwide)
McCrone Atlas of Microscopic Particles (registration required)
Modern Microscopy provides news, case studies, (for example: Gunshot Residue), access to the online quarterly newsletter Nanographia, and the opportunity to sit in on a number of professional webinars.
DNA Testing: An Introduction for Non-Scientists (Illustrated)
By Donald Riley, Ph.D. at the University of Washington, and published in Scientific Testimony, an online journal,
How DNA Evidence Works (howstuffworks)
DNA from the Beginning (Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory)
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