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PIR Live Event - Forensic Science & Synthetic Blood
Welcome to the wonderful world of forensic science! This week on PIR Live Event Dr. Theresa Stotesbury joins us to take a look at forensic bloodstain pattern analysis, and how crime scene investigators can use a variety of concepts in science and engineering in order to understand the events of a crime. Then, Dr. Stotesbury will talk about her research in making fake blood, and how their technologies are being used by the forensic community worldwide!

Dr. Stotesbury will demonstrate how a career in bloodstain pattern analysis draws on fundamental principals in mathematics, engineering/materials science, chemistry, physics and biology. We will take a look at interactions that occur between professionals in the justice system, police, academia, and the laboratory to better understand how they collaborate during a criminal investigation.

Join us to ask your questions and get answers LIVE! (Questions can be submitted live within the webinar window or emailed in advance to liveevent@pirweb.org.)

This webinar is intended for grades 9-12
The duration of this webinar will be approximately 30-35 minutes.

You can find more PIR Live Event webinars at http://www.pirweb.org/en/webinar-schedule.

Jan 23, 2019 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Theresa Stotesbury
Senior Lecturer, Forensic Science and Chemistry|Trent University