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The Real Science of Forensics technology to life replicating the waste



In this episode of SciShow, we’re going to investigate a murder. But first, we’re going to have to learn all about forensics, the use of science in criminal law — and the real-life version is a little different from what you might see on TV.

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  1. Are there going to be molecular DNA odours identification hidden around certain areas and alert the authorities running visuals and dossiers of people…will LEOs be able to collect the odours of air and find hardcore criminals..just letting the air want the odours sitting there and relaying the info to LEOs…the is scary…a device hidden away collecting odours of crowded spaces and translating the odours into specific DNA ID…..wow!

  2. Can 3D space be a type of recording device…is it possible in the future to create an electromagnetic field camera that takes a picture of a scene and translates what happened there visually…will odours in the air translate into specific DNA? In the future will a fresh crime scene reveal DNA odours and give an accurate account of who was there? That's bizarre…

  3. I'm a junior in highschool and I go to my local tech center everyday. I'm in biomed, and we were testing blood found at a crime scene to figure out how a person named Anna Garcia. Today, we did the same thing when testing blood.

  4. the STR profile reminds me a lot fo the scientific technique of gel electrophoresis which separates mixtures of DNA and/or RNA.. i feel like that is used exclusively for genetic testing (like a 'who's the daddy' kinda situation) or for fingerprinting but i could be wrong

  5. Hi. If the camera has multiple frames of the face, the motion can be used to approximate the missing pixels and enhance it.
    I hope you caught up with it by now.

  6. I am a B.sc microbiology student from Bangladesh.I am thinking to study forensic science after my graduation .There is little scope for forensic science in my country.So,I want to go abroad to study and work there. Is there any possibility to get scholarship in a reputed university?Would it be a good decision to study forensic science for me?I need your suggestions.

  7. I am so bummed. I want to know who killed bob, and if Charlie did it, why would he risk losing everything to kill someone?
    This just sucks….
    😟

  8. I wish American TV would use real forensics. It would simply make storylines longer with a few
    "to be continued" episodes which will have the show last for a much longer!

  9. Forensic Scientists are No Magicians.

    It's not to Good for us to Analyse Dead people all day then answer Stupid Questions. That only Happens in Flash not irl.

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