New collaboration a boost for international forensic science research
Two of the world's leading groups in forensic science research, based at UTS and Scotland's University of Dundee, are set for closer collaboration with the visit to Sydney of Professor Niamh Nic Daeid.
The Director of Research for the University of Dundee's Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification, Professor Nic Daeid has consulted as a forensic expert in more than 100 criminal cases ranging from murder to arson, drugs and terrorism.
Her visit, as part of the UTS's Key Technology Partnerships (KTP) Visiting Fellow Program, is forging closer ties with the UTS Centre for Forensic Science headed by Professor Claude Roux. It is an opportunity to expand collaborations and explore new research opportunities in a wide range of forensic science areas, from illicit drugs, chemical criminalistics, fingerprints and biometrics to forensic anthropology and biology.
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