Zongxiu Nie and his colleagues investigate if MALDI-MS can be used to identify body fluids more efficiently. Continue reading Is There A Quicker Way To Identify Body Fluids?
Researchers from Florida International University investigate if they can use SERS to rapidly detect synthetic cannabinoids in oral fluid. Continue reading Can metal nanoparticles and portable lasers detect synthetic cannabinoids in saliva?
Researchers from Florida International University develop a method that can help analyze new drugs. Continue reading A New Method for Identifying Novel Psychoactive Substances
Researchers from the University of Ottawa develop a method that uses organic thin film transistors for the on-spot detection of THC and CBD. Continue reading Transitioning from color tests to electric currents for identifying cannabinoids
Researchers from the University at Albany construct a model that can be used to identify different species of blowflies. Continue reading Identifying forensic science’s “first responder”, the blowfly
Researchers from Zurich Institute of Forensic Medicine determine the most effective method for decontaminating forensic hair evidence. Continue reading Is There Evidence Hiding in Your Hair?
Researchers from Eulji University in South Korea explore a way of ascertaining when a crime occurred by developing a method that can determine the age of a bloodstain. Continue reading Bloody Clocks Do Tell Time
Researchers at Oregon State University examine a more efficient method for the detection of THC in body fluids. Continue reading An alternative method for detecting THC in body fluids