Students seeking a career in Forensic Science are
invited to a conference at the University of Wolverhampton that
discusses violent crime, air rage and jobs.
The Forensic Science Society is holding a one-day Student
Conference at the University on Saturday, 4 December 2010 from
The event, entitled ‘Solving Violent Crime’, will take place at
the University of Wolverhampton’s City Campus.
Dr Raul Sutton, Head of Forensic and Molecular Science
Department of University of Wolverhampton, said: “Students will
gain an appreciation of the intelligence that can be provided by
different evidence types in cases of violent crime. They will also
gain knowledge of evidence types that can be used to support the
investigation of violent crime, as well as knowledge of unusual
violent crime types and their specific issues.”
Guest speakers include Professor Robert Forrest from Sheffield
University, who will discuss Air rage and dealing with violence at
30,000 feet, and Chris Moynehan from LGC Forensics, who will speak
about the role of gun shot residue in solving violent crime.
Sadia Razzaq, from the Scientific Recruitment Group, will
outline the different jobs available in Forensic Science, while
Professor Nick Birch, from the Academic Consultancy Services Ltd,
will discuss alcohol and benzodiazepines, a recipe for
The cost for members of the Forensic Science Society is £45, and
non-members are welcome to attend at a cost of £65.
Full details are available on The Forensic Science Society
website at www.forensic-science-society.org.uk
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 01423 506068.
Date Issued: Monday, 29 November 2010
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