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Forensic Science True Crime Investigation: Forensic Serology

Forensic Serology




Forensic Science BLOG – Forensic Serology

Excellent site as entry point into an explanation with illustrations.

Serology : it’s in the blood
The history of the development of forensic blood analysis and its use in criminal cases.

What Is Forensic Serology?
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Forensic serology - Blood
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Forensic serology
Blood may be gross, sticky and smelly, but it one of the best methods of solving crimes, where there are no suspects, but there is blood reminisce on a surface.

Blood serology 1
The Thin Blue Line [NSW Police]. False identification and blood groups

Blood serology 2
Probably one of the most famous or infamous cases in which blood stains played a key role was that of Azaria Chamberlain.

Blood serology 3
The Thin Blue Line [NSW Police]. Blood stain pattern analysis

Bloodstain Pattern Analysis in Action: The Chamberlain Case
How blood stain pattern analysis works

Science of Murder: Blood Spatter

TV Report about the science of Blood Spatter Analysis.
The CSA in the story, Daniel Holstein, is the Real Life basis for the "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" character Gil Grissom

ABC Science


ABC Forensic Science
The ABC Science part of the ABC website has some amazing information.