Forensic Science at Wolverhampton Uni
This page was created and is maintained by the Department of Forensic and Molecular Science
Operating as usual
The Forensic Science team at Wolverhampton University are delighted to announce that our Forensic Science awards have been reaccredited by the Chartered Society for Forensic Sciences. This includes B.Sc (Hons) Forensic Science, B.Sc (Hons) Forensic Science with Sandwich Placement & B.Sc (Hons) Forensic Science with Foundation Year. these awards have full accreditation in the component standards for Interpretation, Evaluation and Presentation of Evidence, Laboratory Analysis, and Crime Scene Investigation. This continues the accreditation first awarded for Forensic Science in 2008. Wolverhampton were one of the first universities to be accredited.
In addition, we have received accreditation for BSc (Hons) Forensic Science with Policing (including Sandwich Placement and Foundation Year modes of study) in component standards for Interpretation, Evaluation and Presentation of Evidence, and Crime Scene Investigation.
In confirming these accreditations, the Society commended us on the commitment provided by the Course Team in terms of academic and student support, as well as the delivery of new modules extending the extend the range and diversity of teaching provision. A particular commendation mentioned the "Quality Assurance" module in relation to future employment opportunities. they felt it was "rare to find this vital content presented in such depth as to devote an entire module to the topic."
We look forward to welcoming new students to our forensic awards for many years to come!
Proud to share my podcast interview with the amazing talking all things Forensic Science, CSI and my case experiences🕵️ 🧬
You can also listen on Apple/YouTube.
Visit www.slightlyscientific.co.uk for links and other interesting scientific interviews, including with Prof Sarah Gilbert developer of the OxfordAstraZeneca Covid vaccine 💉
(Apols for sound quality-technical issues!)
The Slightly Scientific Podcast For those who will never accept a straightforward answer, for those who will always keep wandering through the forest of knowledge and for those who can stand our voices: We've got you!
My collaboration project with LearnSci is now available to share with everyone🥰Really enjoyed working with the team developing this online interactive crime scene simulation for students to develop understanding of key scene examination principles 🕵️🕵️🕵️ see below….
LearnSci on Twitter “Our most recent development project in collaboration with has been a great success. Check out our latest blog to find out more about the journey, take a peek at the crime scene investigation resources and request a demo! 👉https://t.co/CSDlOE41EU ”
A well deserved accolade
Nobel Prize goes to Svante Paabo for Neanderthal work Sweden's Svante Paabo wins the prize for discoveries on humanity's extinct relatives.
Big congrats to our very own Dr Chris Rogers, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Science 🦴 🕷 @ WLV 🐺 who has successfully become a team member of Kenyan National Emergency Services the leading full spectrum provider of disaster response services, covering planning, incident management and recovery around the world! 🌎
This Forensic Science page is for students, alumni students and is managed by the WLV Forensic Science team.
If any new or old students would like to join the page, please DM with you name and student number so we can verify your account to keep the group secure.
Thank you! 🕵️🤩
Welcoming all the new Forensic Science BSc, Forensic Science and Policing BSc and Forensic Science Masters students to WLV 🐺
We’re really pleased to have you here at WLV and looking forward to teaching you all about the wonderful and important world of Forensic Science and CSI 🕵️ 👮 🧬 🧪 🖐 🦴 🕷👟
Any queries please do contact course leaders, module leaders, lecturers, academic tutors and personal tutors. We’re here to help.
Hope you enjoy the courses 🤩
Also if you want to see interesting Forensic Science and CSI content that will keep you up to date and may help you with you studies you can follow Twitter 🐦
Fingerprint love 💕
Happy graduation & big congrats to all the amazing WLV School of Science students 🧑🏻🎓particularly our Forensic Science BSc students🕵️& esp winners of the award for top Forensic Science student and award for best research project 🙌👏
Amazing day yesterday! 🎉🎉🎉
Big congrats to our very own Dawn Morgan - Forensic Science PhD student - who will be presenting to the Royal Entomological Society ‘Ento22’ conference on her larval dispersion research conducted on site at our Locard scene house this summer!
Congrats to our very own Heather Angel WLV Forensic Science PhD student 🧑🏻🎓 who is presenting at the CSFS conference in Leeds in November on ‘The Necrobiome as a Potential Measure for Post-Morton Interval Estimation’ 🦴 💀 🪦
Very exciting 🎉
Just a reminder of the amazing operational guest lecturers we have lined up for this years CSI module on the WLV Forensic Science BSc from;
- CSI/Crime Scene Co-ordinator with real life major crime case study 🕵️
- Fire Investigation 🔥
- Counter Terrorism ❌
- Forensic Collision Investigation 🚗
- Forensic Presentation 🎥
It’s going to be an exciting one…
Interesting chat with 💧🧪🔬 and their representative who is a Forensic Science alumni 🧑🎓…talking use of Smartwater and forensic taggants in police investigations scene examinations as well as potential Forensic Science and Policing BSc lecture/workshop inputs on the course and research projects
New academic year 2022/2023, new Lecturer in Lecturer in Forensic Science (ex-CSI🕵️), new crime scenes at our bespoke ‘Locard’ crime scene house! 🏠🕵️ …
STEM Response Team - University of Wolverhampton on Twitter “If last night's episode of 'Forensics: The Real CSI' sparked your interest, explore the courses have to offer and potentially kickstart your ! 🔎 ➡️ https://t.co/Lrf3NafeFb , Heather, discusses the course and future careers▶️ https://t.co/aOpOFdVvqs https://t....
The forerunner of modern DNA profiling
in 1984, Alec Jeffreys discovered the technique of genetic fingerprinting, the analysis of DNA from samples of body tissues or fluids conducted in order to identify individuals.
This image shows the autoradiograph of the first genetic fingerprint alongside Jeffrey’s laboratory notes during the preparation of autoradiograph. You can see this for yourself in our Who Am I? gallery. http://bit.ly/2UycsJf
© Science Museum Group Collection
Multi-isotope analysis demonstrates significant lifestyle changes in King Richard III The discovery of the mortal remains of King Richard III provide an opportunity to learn more about his lifestyle, including his origins and movements …
is this of interest to anyone? Short notice, but I've only just found out about it
Job Opportunity at the University of Derby: Lecturer in Forensic Science 0.4 FTE - fixed Term until 31/07/2019 Challenging, interesting and constantly changing, the University of Derby is an extraordinary place to learn and an incredibly rewarding place to work.Ours is an extraordinary educational environment and because we specialise in identifying and...
Why a taphonomy facility is important
Why does the UK need a Human Taphonomy Facility? Human Taphonomy Facilities (HTFs) are outdoor laboratories where scientific research is carried out on donated human cadavers in order to understand h…
Who was the 'Thai bride' dumped in the hills? Fourteen years after a woman's body was found in Yorkshire, will the mystery of her death be solved?
Fathers Can Pass Mitochondrial DNA to Children Researchers identify unique cases in which people inherited mitochondrial DNA not just from their mother but also from their father.
Next Post Graduate Open Evening:
13 September 2018 (Thurs)
Lord Swraj Paul Building (MU) AKA Buisiness School
Interesting. Use of genealogy databases catches a killer
The 40-year hunt for a killer After four decades, police believe they've finally caught the Golden State Killer.
it may be short notice, but possibly of interest?
The Incredible Human Journey Ten years on from making her landmark BBC2 series, The Incredible Human Journey, Alice Roberts explores the latest insights into the colonisation of the globe by our ancient forebears. Sometimes racing along coastlines, at other times seemingly staying still, with any advance blocked by great walls....
The Wolverhampton Rippers were on the case today We figured out the killer!
The Career Development Week Forensic Crime Scene Reconstruction Competition! Our students and staff went above and beyond today to create amazing scenes, all based on real crimes. Warning ⚠️ Some of these cases are pretty brutal to look at.
A brutal murder, a gross miscarriage of justice, a cold case solved by advances in DNA profiling
Making murderers 7 JAMES STREET
The tomb of a fallen king
The burial site of Richard III
A frosty start, but should be an interesting trip to the Richard III exhibition
Students' Union Awards 2018 The SU will be hosting their Annual Students’ Union Awards for the sixth year running and we have 19 awards up for grabs!
Interesting. lots of techniques relevant to forensic science used here. The channel 4 documentary should be good :)
Early Briton had dark skin and blue eyes Scientists finally put a face to Cheddar Man, Britain's oldest complete skeleton from 10,000 years ago.
The power of DNA to solve crimes from decades ago
Ra**st found thanks to dog attack DNA The 1993 r**e victim died before Mark John Hemmings admitted committing the attack.
an interesting case from the annals of history
The 'completely childish' man hanged for murder One of the last two men hanged in the UK was mentally unstable - but his lawyers didn't plead diminished responsibility. So was it a miscarriage of justice?
Click here to claim your Sponsored Listing.
• Ofsted graded 'Good' college. January 2023
This page created for all those who were in the year who left year 11 in 1999 or 6th form in 2001
Friends of Havergal has been set up to help with fundraising. Your support is very much appreciated.
Broadmeadow is a Special School situated in Wolverhampton close to the city centre. We are a school
for all your back to school & baby wear needs
We are a training company which offers training 7 days a week! We have different training courses ava
School Lane, Coven
We are a small first school located in South Staffordshire and part of the Staffordshire University
32 Queen Square
Welcome to Corpus Christi's page. This page is intended to keep you up to date with events
Regis Road Tettenhall
Tettenhall Wood School is a school for autistic children and young adults in Wolverhampton.
Преводи от английски, български и италиански език Лег
Wolverhampton based street dance academy. - 11:11 -Lynx Crew -supremacy All ages & abilities welco