Shutterstock Dr Anna Williams is a Principal Enterprise Fellow in Forensic Anthropology, University of Huddersfield. In early September she attended the British Science Festival to talk about why UK academics need their own “body farm” – an outdoor laboratory where forensic scientists can study the processes of human decomposition. The Conversation were there to interview Dr Williams
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