Imperial Fringe: Criminal Investigations
This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 3rd Nov 2016
Explore crime scene investigations of the future with research projects to improve the pursuit of justice and help uphold the rule of law
Science takes on (and hopefully takes down) crime at this latest Imperial public exhibition of fun science and interactive research demonstrations. Join teams pioneering new fingerprint imaging, building crime scene scanning robots and analysing human hairs to link illegal drug use to death.
Criminal Investigations is the latest in Imperial College’s Fringe series of public evening events exploring the livelier side of science. Based on the College’s ground-breaking research, the Fringe programme runs throughout the year to give our friends and supporters an opportunity to meet our researchers and find out more about our work.
Cost: Free of Charge
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