Modern Development in Forensic Science

The modern forensic science can differentiate trace element and organic materials down to the level of merely a few hundred molecules. Forensic science plays an effective role in solving the complicated and unsolved cases. There are various kinds of laws and regulation which fight against the crimes in the society. Crime is both social and economic phenomenon, by which whole human society gets distressed. The nature of the crime has been also changing and diversifying with the growth and development of the society. The applications of science and technology to detect and investigate the crime and administration of justice are not new to India. The term forensic is derived from the Latin word forensis which belongs to courts of justice or public discussion and debate. It therefore means the science which is used for justices “CRIMINALISTICS”. In spite of many people are not aware from the science to plays an important role in the identification of crime and criminals. The area of its operation is quite wide and comprehensive .In its application to the administration of law, it is known as “Forensic Science”.

  • Fringer Printing
  • Examine Bullets
  • Gloveprint Analysis
  • Forensic Footwear Evidence
  • DNA Profiling
  • Forensic Dactyloscopy
  • Forensic DNA Analysis
  • Fingerprint Analysis
  • Vein Matching
  • Ear Print Analysis
  • Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
  • DNA Phenotyping
  • Palmprint Analysis
  • Soil Forensics

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