Getting to know: A forensic scientist

, October 12, 2011

BY KIRK DOUGAL Times Bulletin Editor kdougal@timesbulletin.com The crime scene investigator walks through the darkened office, the glow from their flashlight reflecting dimly off their $2,000 suit. They hook their hair behind one ear as they lean over the corpse laying on the floor and then search in the dead person’s pocket, all while talking [...]


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DNA testing can leave traces of doubt

, October 12, 2011

By Karen Gutierrez The Cincinnati Enquirer Popular culture puts DNA at the scene of every crime. It’s the smoking gun, the ironclad alibi, the key clue onĀ 


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Crime Scene Investigation

, October 12, 2011

KMB contributed to this book


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Backstreet castrators

, October 12, 2011

An unsettling glimpse into the world of men who have their testicles removed without medical assistanceĀ – Article about KMB’s presentation from the Notes and Theories science blog from British newspaper The Guardian [scribd id=72006955 key=key-2ht7r7qjpflkllrjkx39 mode=slideshow]


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