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Crime Scene Analysis Forensic Lab:

Analysis can include identification and quantification of the explosive compounds present in a variety of environmental, aqueous, or organic matrices. The  covers the analysis of explosives and explosive-related materials, thus the FSC can provide analytical support for samples containing explosives Detection techniques typically include liquid chromatography or gas  chromatography techniques as well as mass spectrometry.                        

An additional focus area for explosives research is engaging in the determination of impurities present in explosives made onsite. Explosives can be made of puresubstances, or they can contain intended or unintended impurities or additives. We use advanced analytical techniques to determine the purity of the explosive material and identify the impurities that may be present. Data can be used to monitor stability of an explosive as it ages, optimize synthesis methods, or select appropriate materials for use.


DNA analysis Forensic Lab :


Forensic DNA analysis is an extremely powerful investigative technique that has become, in many ways, the standard by which other forensic sciences are measured. This article reviews the current technology of forensic DNA typing and highlights areas of recent innovation and likely future trends. Although a need to compare new data to previous analyses prevents some potential improvements in genotyping procedures, the field is clearly moving toward greater automation, the utilization of ever smaller and more degraded biological samples, and deciphering the likely physical appearance of the person who left a biological sample. The analysis of nonhuman DNA has also become routine and may be helpful for investigating violent crimes, violations of conservation laws, and fraud.                                                 
Although forensic DNA procedures have been extensively scrutinized and validated, the field is not free of unavoidable errors, subjective conclusions, or debate concerning proper statistical interpretation of the results. Of particular current concern are stochastic effects manifested