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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Kris Christmann, Researcher, Applied Criminology Centre, University of Huddersfield in an article first published on The Conversation asks whether the UK can ever be fully prepared for soft target attacks?
Dr Stefano Vanin is a Forensic Entomologist and a Reader in Forensic Biology at the University of Huddersfield. Here, in an article published on The Conversation, he talks about a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE which says a human being can now be identified solely on the proteins contained in a single strand
Dominic Willmott, is a Doctoral researcher in Forensic Psychology currently in the final stages of his PhD at the University of Huddersfield. Here, in an article written for The Conversation, he talks about his research into jury bias and how this is preventing justice for rape victims when verdicts are decided.
Maxwell McLean, is the Ex-Head of West Yorkshire Police CID and Homicide Team and an Affiliate of the Secure Societies Institute, part of the Applied Criminology Centre, here at the University of Huddersfield. In an article published on The Conversation, he talks about why so many unnatural deaths are not investigated by coroners and if this wasn’t the case, surely one