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Industry Focus eBook: Forensics And Toxicology

Forensics & Toxicology eBook: Industry Focus

Forensic toxicology is the use of toxicology and related disciplines to aid medical or legal investigations. It involves the analysis of biological samples for the presence of toxins, including drugs, and can provide key information in criminal cases.

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The most utilised techniques in forensics and toxicology include spectrophotometry, chromatographic methods, immunologic methods, and gas chromatography/mass spectrometry amongst others. The forensics market is estimated to reach $2.5Bn in 2029.

This guide compiles the most popular forensic toxicology articles and posts from the past 12 months, covering topics such as:

  • How Important is Crime Scene Photography to Forensic Investigations?

  • Laser Ablation for Forensic Analysis of Forensic Samples.

  • A Current View of Scanning Electron Microscopy in Forensics.

  • 3D Printing in Forensics.

  • Investigating the Internet of Things’ Role in Investigations

  • Gait Analysis in Forensics

  • The Rise of Nanotoxicology: A SIDS Case Study.

  • Forensics Identification in Mass Disasters.

  • What is Forensics Proteomics?

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Forensics and Toxicology Contents

  • Top 3 interviews with thought leaders in the Forensics sector, conducted by our editors.

  • Top 3 Toxicology news pieces written by our scientific collaborators. 

  • Top 3 Forensic investigations articles taking a deeper look into the industry discoveries and research. 

  • Sources, further reads, and related stories you can find on AZoLifeSciences - The A to Z of Life Sciences

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