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Forensic Science & Law: Research Forensics

forensic science

Welcome to Gumberg Library's Forensic Science & Law research guide. Forensics is the study of physical evidence from or related to a crime. Forensic investigations include studying blood spatter, ballistics, and drugs.

Duquesne has a 5-year program combining a Bachelor's Degree in Biochemistry or Biology with an M.S. in Forensic Science. Click here for more information on Duquesne's Master of Science in Forensic Science and Law.

See also the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law.

Contact Donna Beck, STEM & Health Sciences Librarian for help with your research or using library resources.

Managing data

OSIRIS--Open Source Independent Review and Interpretation System is a free, open-access tool for Short Tandem Repeat (STR) analysis.

Select DATABASES for Forensics Research

STEM and Health Sciences Librarian

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Gumberg Library

books and dvds

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Click on a subject below to see all the print materials in the library's catalog on that topic.

Note: these links are to print books in the catalog. To find articles or ebooks on this topic, follow the link and then click CatalogPlus. Catalog Plus button

forensics news from Science Daily

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This work by Rebekah Miller is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license; CC BY-NC 4.0